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OF THE TOWN OFFICERS OF 



Wakefield 

Massachusetts 



including the vital Statistics for the 
year ending December thirty-first 

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164th ANNUAL REPORT 



Town of Wakefield 




Population, 1975 State Census — 26,438 

1970 Federal Census — 25,268 

Congressman, 7th District — Torbert H. Macdonald of Maiden 

Councillor, 6th District — G. Edward Bradley of Somerville 

Senator, 3rd Middlesex District — Stephen J. McGrail of Maiden 

State Representative, 31st Middlesex District - 

Anthony M. Gallugi of Wakefield 



Town Officers, 1975-76 

* Selectmen 

James E. Good, Chairman, 1977 
John F. Carney, 1978 John Wally Moccia, Jr. , 1976 

John J. Murphy, 1978 George J. Toth, II, 1977 

♦Town Clerk 

Thelma E. Rennard, 1978 

*** Assistant Town Clerk 

Virginia L. Climo 

* Moderator 

Roger H. Wingate, 1976 

•Treasurer 

Paul Lazzaro, 1977 

♦Tax Collector 

Thomas Hennessy, 1976 

**Town Accountant 

John J . McCarthy 

♦Assessors 

Term Expires 
Roger A. Curran, Chairman 1976 

John E. Anderson 1978 

Kenneth E. Morang, Jr. 1977 

Asst. Assessor, Dante C. Volpe (App.) 1976 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



* Municipal Light Commissioners 

Edward D. Conway, Chairman 1976 

Joseph R. Sardella 1977 

Philip C.Siciliano 1978 

♦Board of Public Works 

Ralph P. DeCecca. , Chairman 1978 

Bartholomew D. Barry 1978 
Frederick A. Beyer, Jr. (Resigned) 

DianaJ.Lowry 1977 

James M.Scott 1976 

Burton F. Whitcomb 1976 

♦School Committee 

Anthony J. Pietrafitta, Jr., Chairman 1976 

John B . Encarnacao 1976 

William F. Kenney 1978 

Robert A. Morley 1976 

Alfred A. Palmerino 1977 

Louis R. Sardella 1977 

J. Edward Surette, Jr. 1977 

Donald A. Winsor 1978 

Richard A. Wood 1976 

♦Northeast Metropolitan Regional 
Vocational School Representative 

Philip L. McAuliffe, Jr. 1977 

♦Trustees Lucius Beebe Memorial Library 

Virginia M. Jackson, Chairman 1978 

Albert Leon Burbine, Jr. 1977 
James A. Curley, Jr. (Resigned) 

Derek D. Ober 1976 

Thomas M . Hourihan 1978 

Walter A. Howlett 1978 

Ethel S. Koulouris 1977 

John M . Landers 1976 

John B. Shevlin, Jr. 1977 

RuthE.Finlay 1976 

♦Board of Health 

George O. Richardson, Chairman 1977 

A. Louis Giamarco 1976 

MerleA.Peabody 1978 

♦Town Planning Board [5 yrs.] 

Joseph S. R. Zagarella, Chairman 1976 

Angelo D'Ambrosio 1978 

Charles M. Imbracsio 1977 

Arthur A . Knight , Jr . 1980 

Ruth A. Woodbury 1979 



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* Wakefield Housing Authority [5 yrs.] 

Philip H. DePasquale, Chairman 1980 

Carney D. Daniels 1976 

Steven D. Harrington 1977 

Mary S. Sweeney 1979 

Rev. John V. Thorp (State Appointee) 1977 

* Constables 

Harold R. Anderson, (Town Appointee) 1978 

Kenneth Lowry 1977 

James T. McKeon 1977 

Robert A. Westcott 1977 

* * * Registrars of Voters 

Bertram A. Hudson, Chairman 1977 

Lawrence C. Brown, Jr. 1976 

Ellen A. Lee 1978 

Thelma E . Rennard , Clerk 1978 

***Finance Committee 

John A. Hanson, Chairman 1977 

David N. Berry 1976 

Philip C.Boody 1978 

M.Kent Fletcher 1976 

Steven J. Hegarty 1977 

Roscoe E.Irving 1978 
William H. Littlewood (Deceased) 

David F. Carpenter 1977 
Melvin Murley (Resigned) 

Henry A. Stahle 1977 

Francis C. McGrath, Jr. 1976 

William H . Patriquin 1977 

Edward G.Riess 1978 

George A. Snow 1978 
James E. Tamagini (Resigned) 

Henry F. Sampson 1976 

Charles D.Willis 1978 

Robert L.Wixted 1976 

* * *Board of Appeals 

Leonard I. Singer, Chairman 1977 

Daniel Sullivan 1978 

Richard D.Ellis 1976 

** 'Building Board of Appeals 

William J . Benedetto 1977 

Dominic DiGiorgio 1980 

John J . MacKay , Sr . 1976 

Charles F. Storella 1978 

James H. Sen 1979 



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"'Recreation Commission 

George E. Koulouris, Chairman 1976 

J. Frank Anderson 1977 

Fred A. Roberto 1978 

Louis J. Racca 1976 

* * * Personnel Board 

Henry C. Anzalone, Chairman 1976 

Francis A. Johnson 1978 

Delbert W. Lawson 1977 

Leonard Lewis 1976 
Maurice A. Walter (Resigned) 

JohnB. Anderton 1978 



♦Elected ***Appointed **Tenure 

Attest: THELM A E . RENN ARD 

Town Clerk 



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When you VOTE 
you ELECT 



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Board of Public Works 



Town Treasurer - 



Tax Collector - 



Planning Board- 



School Committee- 



Constables— 



Municipal Light— 
Commission 



Board of Selectmen 



—Moderator 



_Town Clerk 



—Board of Assessors 



—Board of Health 



—Board of Library 
Trustees 

—Housing Authority 



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TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



The 
Board of Selectmen 

Appoints and supervises the work of: 



Executive Secretary. 



-Town Accountant 



Town Counsel _ 



Fire Chief. 



Building Inspector.. 



Sealer of Weights.. 
Plumbing lnsp._ 



Recreation Comm.- 



Election Officers- 



Board of Registrars — 



Police Chief 
Veterans Agent 

_Wire Inspector 

Gas Piping & 
Appliance Insp. 

—Board of Appeals 
_ Retirement Board 

_Dir. of Civil Defense 

Various Special 
Committees Not Appoint- 
ed by the Moderator 



The 
Moderator Appoints 



I 

Finance Committee 
Personnel Board ' Special Committees 



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VOTING IN WAKEFIELD, ELECTIONS 
AND POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS 

Prepared by the League of Women Voters 



To Be A Voter, A Person Must Be 

an American citizen (native-born or naturalized) 

18 years or more in age 

a resident of Massachusetts 

a resident of Wakefield 

registered as a voter 



To Register As A Voter, A Citizen Must 

appear in person before an authorized Registrar of Voters 
and make sworn affidavit 



When and Where to Register: 

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday through Friday in the Town Clerk's office. 
7: 00 to 8:00 P.M. Tuesday evenings in the Town Clerk's office. 
Or at especially designated places in precincts, within two weeks of the 
closing of registration, scheduled by Board of Registrars and announced in 
the Wakefield Item. 

However no registration takes place between the 32nd day preceding and the 
day following the State and Presidential Primaries and the State Elections 
nor between the 20th day preceding and the day following the annual Town 
Election. 

Registration is permanent unless a voter moves to a new city or town or 
changes name by marriage. A voter, moving from one precinct to another within 
the town, should immediately notify the Registrars of the change to assure being 
able to vote in the new precinct, otherwise he must vote in his former address. 

Registrations are administered by the Board of Registrars. The Board is 
composed of three citizens, appointed for three year terms by the Board of 
Selectmen, and the Town Clerk, who by virtue of his office, serves as clerk of the 
board. 

Polling Places 

1 . Precinct 1 — First Baptist Church 

2 . Precinct 2 — Greenwood School 

3. Precinct 3— St. Joseph's Hall 

4 . Precinct 4 — Hur d School 

5. Precinct 5 — Franklin School 

Local elections are held annually on the first Monday in March to elect 
certain officials and members of boards for their respective terms. 

Local elections are non-partisan. Write-ins are permitted, and absentee 
voting is allowed in local elections. 



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To Become a Candidate for Local Office A Citizen Must . . . 

secure nomination papers from the Town Clerk (one set of papers for each 

office to appear on the ballot) 
obtain signatures of 50 registered voters 
submit nomination papers with the Board of Registrars for certification 7 

days preceding the 35th day before the Town Election 
file with the Town Clerk by 5 P.M. on the 35th day before the Town election. 
(This places the candidate's name on the ballot officially, providing the 
papers are properly certified). 

The Town Clerk administers election. The Board of Selectmen annually in 
August appoints election officers to supervise voting at the polls. These include 
five wardens and five clerks. 

To Join a Political Party . . . 

A voter must declare his party choice as he enters the polls to vote in the 
primary elections. 

To Change or Cancel Party Enrollment . . . 

A voter must appear in person at the Town Clerk's office and present the 
request in writing. This may be done any time except when registration is closed, 
immediately preceding elections. 30 days for this to become effective. 

A party member is eligible to be a delegate to his party conventions. 
Membership on the town Democratic and Republican Committees is determined 
by ballot every four years at the Presidential Primary. A non-party member is 
called an "Independent" voter, or an "un-enrolled" voter. 

The Annual Report of the Town Officers is published each year and is 
available at the time of Town Meeting and also at the public library. The report 
includes all financial data pertaining to the costs of town operating expenses. 

Procedure of Town Meeting . . . 

The Moderator, an elected town official, presides at town meetings. He 
begins to read the call for the meeting. Usually a motion is made to waive further 
reading of the warrant (with the exception of the constable's return which the 
law demands be read ) and the motion is carried. Articles in the warrant are taken 
up in order as they are printed in the warrant unless it is requested by a two- 
thirds vote that they be taken up otherwise. 

The recommendations of the Finance Committee are given before voters 
discuss or act upon an article. For the annual town meeting, these 
recommendations are available a week to ten days before the meeting in booklet 
form, called "Annual Appropriations for 197-," and may be obtained at the 
Selectmen's Room at Town Hall. 

Following the Finance Committee's recommendations or the 
recommendations of such special department as may be permitted to make 
recommendations, the sponsor of the article is usually allowed to present his 
case. The voters may then debate the question according to rules of 
parliamentary procedure prescribed by the town's bylaws such as: 

—Stand, address the Moderator, give name and address clearly, confine 
remarks to the question under debate and avoid personalities. 



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-Speak for not more than 10 minutes at any one time, unless granted 
permission by the meeting. No voter may speak more than once on any 
question if other voters desire to be heard, and no voter may speak more than 
twice on the same question without permission of the meeting. 
—Speak not more than two minutes on any one of the following motions: 
Motion to adjourn 
Motion to lay on the table 
Motion to take from the table 
Motion to put the previous question 

(These motions only are in order when a question is under debate. 
Total time allowed for debate on each motion is six minutes). 

A two-thirds vote of the assembly is necessary on a motion which requires a 
bond issue. A vote may be reconsidered at the same session or at adjourned 
session upon two-thirds vote of the assembly. The Moderator may request a 
voter to put his motion in writing. Should seven voters doubt the accuracy of the 
Moderator's count of hands on a motion, tellers are appointed to make the count. 
The Moderator clarifies motions when they are especially complex. 

Conduct at the town meeting is further governed by the rules of practice, as 
they are pertinent to town meetings, in Cushings' Manual of Parliamentary 
Procedure. 

The Town Meeting Warrant and the Annual Report* 

The warrant is composed by the Selectmen, with articles being entered by 
request or petition. Individual voters may have an article inserted by petition. 
The Selectmen receive all petitions for the warrant, except those having to do 
with sidewalks, drainage, sewers and streets which must be submitted to the 
Board of Public Works. Signatures of ten or more registered voters are required 
on articles for annual town meetings; 100 signatures are required for articles filed 
by citizens in warrants for special town meetings. Signatures on petitions must 
be exactly as the voters' signatures appear on the voting list. Voters may 
request the advice of the Town Counsel in drawing up an article. Customarily, 
public announcement is made of the opening and the closing dates of the 
warrant. Citizens, however, may take their petitions to the Selectmen at any 
Board meeting during the year and the Selectmen will hold such articles for 
insertion in the warrant for the next town meeting. Department heads enter their 
articles by the process of request. 



Town Meeting Warrant — A collection of articles presented by departments, 
committees and voters for consideration by voters at an annual or a special town 
meeting. 




General Government 



Reports of 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

PERSONNEL BOARD 

BOARD OF ASSESSORS 

BOARD OF APPEALS 

PLANNING BOARD 



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Report of the Board of Selectmen 

James E. Good, Chairman 
George J. Toth, Secretary 
John W. Moccia, Jr. 
John F. Carney 
John J. Murphy 

At the Board's organizational meeting, following the Annual Town Meeting 
in March, James E. Good was elected Chairman and George J. Toth was elected 
Secretary. Other Board members are John W. Moccia, Jr., John F. Carney, and 
John J. Murphy. Margaret M. Brady was re-appointed Clerk of the Board. 

The powers, duties and responsibilities of the Board of Selectmen continue to 
be broadly diversified in approximately seven hundred sections of law applying 
directly to selectmen together with the hundreds of other sections of law that bear 
upon Town problems in general. 

The Town has continued to function under the Board of Selectmen -Executive 
Secretary plan of municipal Administration. This plan maintains the selectmen in 
their traditional role as the elected directors of the municipality as it gives 
cognizance to the need for an administrator to carry out administration 
assignments within a policy framework established by the Board of Selectmen. 

The broadly diversified powers, duties and responsibilities of the Board of 
Selectmen affect the administration of all town departments and a central 
coordination is essential to an effective and efficient municipal administration. 



The Board of Selectmen and the Executive Secretary represent the Town's 
interest before governmental officials, committees and commissions at the 
various levels of government for the purpose of presenting information and 
evidence on matters which concern the Town of Wakefield. 

The necessity for effective liaison and representation between the Town, the 
state government and metropolitan agencies has become increasingly important 
due to metropolitan and state involvement. The further erosion of home rule as 
exercised by statutory Town Boards and town meeting requires counter -balance 
by local officials as active participants in the governmental structure which, 
although outside of local management organization, bears heavily upon the ef- 
ficiency of local government. The Executive Secretary has served on the 
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Advisory Board since its in- 
ception, in addition to his current tenure on the M.B.T.A. Board of Directors. 
He continues to serve as the town's designated representative to the Metropolitan 
Area Planning Council, a member of its Executive Committee and President in 
his sixth term. The Town's active participation is necessary to the Town's ef- 
fective representation in an area of activity that involves significant dollar cost as 
well as a progressively increasing socio-economic impact. 

A systems study has been initiated for all town departments as authorized 
under the provisions of Article No. 10 of the Special Town Meeting of 1973. This 
study has been proceeding under the direction of the Executive Secretary -Town 
Accountant. All town departments payrolls have been studied and adapted to 



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computerization. Further study and computer applications of billing processes 
and accounts payable records are planned to be completed within the next year. 
There are several other areas of administrative activity that appear to have 
potential for improved efficiency and information under the operation of com- 
puterization, and these functions will receive attention in the progression of the 
overall study. 

The Fire and Casualty Insurance program which extends to all municipal 
departments and provides for various types of required protection amounted to 
premium cost of $75,469.56. The Workmen's Compensation insurance program 
extends coverages to all insurable departments of the Town at a premium cost of 
$53,067.00. 

The Group Insurance program of medical -surgical hospitalization and life 
insurance benefits authorized for Town employees by referendum action in March 
1958 and extended to cover employees who retired after original acceptance of the 
legislation which provided group insurance benefits to Town employees (Chapter 
595, Acts 1959) continues to present the best features of any plan of protection for 
Town employees. There are presently 630 employees, 90 pensioners, and 139 
Optional Medicare members of the Town included in this program. The gross 
premium cost amounts to $429,820.13 of which amount the Town contributed 
$259,756.68. 

Chapter 763 of the Acts of the year 1965 became effective on February 16, 
1966 is legislative enactment of collective bargaining for municipalities. 
Municipal employers are prevented from (a) interfering with the right of em- 
ployees to organize for the purpose of collective bargaining, (b) dominating or 
interfering with any employee organization, (c) discharging or discriminating 
against any employee who testifies before the State Labor Relations Commission 
on a certification proceeding, (d) refusing to bargain collectively in good faith 
with a designated exclusive bargaining agent, and (e) refusing to discuss 
grievances with the bargaining agent. The statute states "the municipal employer 
shall be represented by the Chief Executive Officer, whether elected or appointed 
or his designated representative or representatives." It has been determined that 
the Board of Selectmen is the Chief Executive Officer in Towns for the purpose of 
this statute, except as applies to School Department Personnel. This legislation 
continues a costly and complex impact on municipal administration in 
Massachusetts. The Board of Selectmen appointed Executive Secretary John J. 
McCarthy, Town Counsel Mario L. Simeola and Public Works Director Richard 
C . Boutiette as delegated representatives in collective bargaining procedure with 
the established Public Works unit. The Board of Selectmen appointed Executive 
Secretary John J. McCarthy, Town Counsel Mario L. Simeola and Fire Chief 
Walter V. Maloney as delegated representatives in collective bargaining 
procedure with the established Fire Department Union. Town Counsel was 
authorized to engage the services of Special Counsel on Labor Negotiation and 
Attorney Edward Schneider was so engaged. 

Chapter 1078 of the Acts of the year 1973 has made the position of the Town 
in Labor Contract negotiations a matter of very serious concern. The Board of 
Selectmen have long recognized the necessity for professional representation at 
the bargaining table and have accordingly engaged specialized legal services in 
this important relationship. The new law provides that collective bargaining 
agreements prevail over personnel bylaws, fire and police regulations and certain 
specified statutes whereas the reverse was previously the case. 



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Police and firefighters have the right to final offer arbitration though the 
scope of arbitration for police excludes matters involving the appointment, 
promotion, assignment and transfer of personnel. This form of compulsory ar- 
bitration is relatively new in that it limits the arbitrator's choice to the last best 
offer of the employer and the last best offer of labor. Although this brief citation 
of some important features of the referenced legislation is not intended to be a 
complete summary, it may serve to identify the implications and complexity of 
labor contract relations as has developed in the public sector. 

In accordance with Chapter 234 of the Massachusetts General Laws, the 
Board of Selectmen are responsible for the preparation of a jury list of qualified 
citizens for the selection of service in Superior and Federal Courts. 

The Board observed with regret the deaths of the following active and retired 
employees. 

Nellie T. Hurton Richard J. Curley Charles DiFederico 

Francis E. Wallace Kenneth Shaw 

Herbert K. Noble Stanley Bryson 

Appointments made by the Board of Selectmen for 1975: 

Clerk to the Board of Selectmen, Margaret M. Brady 

Building Inspector, David D. Cardillo 

Wire Inspector, Charles F. Rice 

Sealer of Weights and Measures, Pasquale J. Carisella 

Gas Inspector, Leo J. Curran 

Fire Inspector, Walter J. Maloney 

Lock-up Keeper, William R. Connors 

Constable, William R. Connors 

Veterans' Service Agent, Richard J. McGrail 

Fence Viewers, Earl A. Turner, Frank D. MacKay, Gaston E. Loubris 

Dog Officer /Animal Inspector, John J. Donaher 

Director of Civil Defense, William P. Hurton 

Sweetser Lecture Committee, John J. Murphy, John W. Moccia, Jr., James 
E. Good, John Carney, George J. Toth 

Certified Weighers, John M. Lucey, Edward Saletnick, Richard Dennis 

Committee on Election Procedures, John J. McCarthy, Mario L. Simeola, 
James E. Good 

Conservation Committee, Thomas G. Johnston, Mary M. Egan, Howard M. 
Allen, John D. Gillis, Peter D'Arcangelo, David E. Murch, Lawrence Blandini 

Council on Aging, Arthur J. Rotondi, Jr., Evelyn Shulman, Rosemary Yasi 

Registrar of Voters, Ellen A. Lee 

Recreation Commission, William Boodry, Fred Roberto 

Youth Activities Commission, Martin Moore 

Zoning Board of Appeals, David Sullivan, permanent. James Sen and Walter 
Howlett, alternates. 

Building Code Board of Appeals, Domenic DiGiorgio, James Sen, Charles F. 
Storella, William J. Benedetto, John J. MacKay, Sr. 

The Board appointed the following permanent reserve patrolmen: 

Richard J. DeFelice, Frank J. Sullivan, John J. MacKay, Jr., Gerald A. 
Curran, Robert J. Caristo, Gerald C. Holleran, Douglas J. Skane, Robert M 
Joseph, David L. Dushane, William R. Martin, Wayne R. Ulwich. Richard J. 



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De Felice was subsequently appointed a permanent patrolman to fill the vacancy 
caused by the resignation of Robert A. O'Neil. The following were appointed to 
the Wakefield Auxiliary Police Department: Scott Batson, Arthur DiDonatis, 
Jr., Steven P. Kessel, James V. Maguire. 

Town Clerk, Mrs. Thelma Rennard was appointed Municipal Census 
Supervisor for 1975. 

The following were appointed to fill vacancies caused by resignations from 
Town Boards, Committees or Commissions: 

Louis Racco, Recreation Commission, William Boodry, Youth Activities 
Commission, Juliette A. Quinlan, Council on Aging 

The following resignations were accepted with regret: 

William Climo, Warden at Precinct Three; From the Recreation Com- 
mission, William Jefferson, Richard Wood. From the Conservation Committee, 
John S. Egan. Reserve Patrolman Frank J. Sullivan, Robert J. Caristo. 
Patrolman David Cusato. Fire Captain John M. Riley, Fire Fighter Arthur C. 
List. From the Council on Aging, Anthony Cerullo, Evelyn Shulman. 

David Akin was promoted to Fire Lieutenant. 

The following were appointed provisional fire fighters: Roy E. Fanjoy, 
Thomas C. Ronan, Thomas S. Labriola, David Currier, Michael Robbins. 

The following women were appointed traffic supervisors: Marilyn L. 
Wenzel, Sally A. McCauley, Helen N. Hogan and Edythe J. Babcock. 

Appointments to the Wakefield Bicentennial Committee are as 
follows: William D. Berggren, Thomas P. Carey, Jr., Burton Clay man, Peter 
D'Arcangelo, Edward J. Hennesey, Elliott Y. Klasky, Beverly Oliphant, Louise 
L. Sylvester, Ruth A. Woodbury, Sabatino Benedetto, Richard F. Yasi, Joan 
Cardile, M. Arlene Lightbown and Daniel McCarron. 

The following were elected to membership on the Employee Advisory 
Committee of the Group Insurance in accordance with Chapter 32 -B of the Mass. 
General Laws: 

School Teachers Union Joseph F. Neale III 

Fire Department Union David J. Lowry 

Clerical Union June Pizzano 

Public Works Union Stephen M. Sardella 

Clerical Union of the School Department Jeannette M. Daly 

At Large Roger A. Curran 

Custodial Union School Department Paul K. Burbine 

The Board appointed 59 election officers and 37 tellers for service at the polls 
for the year 1975 and the Committee on Election Procedures was continued in its 
function of reviewing election procedures and providing liaison between the Board 
of Selectmen and precinct wardens. This Committee has enabled the Selectmen to 
remain in closer contact with the functions of elections for which they are 
responsible. 

The Board approved a rate of 3.50% for an amount of $89,000 for school 
purposes and a rate of 4.80% for an amount of $300,000 for a sewer loan. 



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Derek Ober was elected to the Board of Library Trustees to fill the vacancy 
caused by the resignation of James J. Curley, Jr. 

Executive Secretary, John J. McCarthy, was reappointed as the Town's 
representative to the Metropolitan Area Planning Council for a three year term. 

Mario L. Simeola was reappointed as the Town Counsel for a three year term. 



Report of Personnel Board 

During these time of inflation and high unemployment, it is necessary, more 
than ever, to have a just and equitable system of job compensation. This can only 
be achieved by setting up fair and honest job descriptions that will in turn result 
in proper grades for proper jobs. This has been the goal and endeavor of the 
Personnel Board of the Town of Wakefield. 

Other functions of the Personnel Board deal with problems of seniority, 
personal and medical leaves, questions of overtime pay and hours of work. Yet, 
another phase of the personnel group is that of assisting in negotiations of con- 
tracts of the employee groups within our town. 

Sincerely yours, 

HENRY C. ANZ ALONE 
Chairman of the Personnel Board 
Town of Wakefield, Mass. 



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Report of Board of Assessors 

COMPUTATION OF TAX RATE — FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 1975 
THRU JUNE 30, 1976 

Gross Amount to be Raised $ 18 ,458 , 658 .06 

Estimated Receipts and Available Funds 7, 163,635.44 



Net Amount to be Raised by Taxation $ 1 1 , 295 ,022 . 62 

Real Property Valuations $78,420,240.00 

Personal Property Valuations 3,427,750.00 



Total Property Valuations $81 ,847,990.00 

Tax Rate 138.00 



Real Property Tax 10 ,82 1 ,993 . 12 

Personal Property Tax 473,029.50 



Total Taxes Levied on Property $11,295,022.62 

Items Not Entering Into The Determination of The Tax Rate 
Betterments, Special Assessments and Water Liens 
Added to Taxes: 



a. Water Liens 

b. Sewer Betterments 

c. Street & Sidewalk Bettmt. 

d. Water Betterments 

e. Special Lien 



Rate of Taxation: School Rate 
General Rate 





Committed 




Amount 


Interest 


Total 


115,784.53 


— 


115,784.53 


24,664.84 


8,846.40 


33,511.24 


15,611.79 


4,647.32 


20,259.11 


312.42 


118.27 


430.69 


1,100.00 




1,100.00 




$171,085.57 


(48.03%) 




$66.72 


(51.07%) 




71.28 



Rate per $1,000.00 of valuation $138.00 

Number of Motor Vehicle and Trailers Assessed in 1975 20, 150 

Valuation of Motor Vehicle and Trailers Assessed in 1975 19, 186,200 .00 

Motor Vehicle Excise Tax levied in 1975 1 ,007,417.31 



Number of Dwellings — Residential 6,279 

Apartment Houses 104 

Commercial Buildings with Apartments 63 

Commercial Buildings 248 

Industrial Buildings 68 

Respectfully Submitted 

BOARD OF ASSESSORS 

ROGER A CURRAN, Chairman 
JOHN E. ANDERSON, Secretary 
KENNETH E. MORANG, JR. 



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Report of Board of Appeals 

The Wakefield Board of Appeals, a quasi-judicial body with three members 
and three alternates appointed by the Board of Selectmen, operates under the 
Zoning By-laws of the Town of Wakefield and Chapter 40A of the General Laws of 
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. During the year ending December 31, 
1975, the Board held nineteen hearings. Ten petitions were granted, three denied, 
three withdrawn, and three are still pending. 

The members of the Board of Appeals are Leonard Singer, Chairman, 
Richard D. Ellis and Daniel Sullivan. The alternate members are Bernadette E. 
Casavant, Walter Howlett, and James Sen. Mrs. Richard F. Morello, Jr. is 
stenographer. 



Report of the Town Planning Board 

The Town Planning Board held 25 meetings and two public hearings in 1975. 

The article for the adoption of Flood Plain Zoning presented by the Planning 
Board was defeated at the 1975 annual town meeting. With some minor changes it 
was adopted at the special town meeting held in June. 

The Jennifer Park subdivision, southerly of Albion Street, and the sub- 
division extending Reynolds Road were completed in 1975. 

The Planning Board therefore is recommending that Longbow, Fairlane, and 
Jennifer Roads and the extension of Reynolds Road be accepted by the town at 
the annual meeting in March 1976. 

A preliminary plan of a new street, Confalone Circle, north-westerly of 
Sycamore Road was approved. 

Del Carmine Street, the subdivision plan of which was approved in 1964, has 
been completed. 

Two articles in the 1975 annual town meeting warrant to delete the High Rise 
Apartment District section from the Zoning Bylaws and to rezone the High Rise 
Apartment District in the former Pleasure Island land back to an Industrial 
District resulted in action on the part of Institutional Investors Trust to preserve 
the High Rise zoning of the tract, so zoned in 1970. Institutional Investors Trust 
held a mortgage on the tract; the owner was the Fairbanks Amusement Corp. A 
Land Court plan of the area dividing the tract into three lots was submitted to the 
Board and since it was in complaince with the law, the Board signed the 
statement that no approval of the plan was required under the Subdivision 
Control Law. The filing of this plan automatically extended the High Rise zoning 
for another three years, whether or not the Board endorsed it and regardless of the 
rezoning action taken by the 1975 town meeting. A preliminary subdivision plan 
of "Pleasure Island Subdivision" was filed in which much of the engineering data 
did not comply with the Rules and Regulations Governing the Use of Land in 
Wakefield. This plan was disapproved by the Board. Approval of the plan would 
have extended the High Rise zoning of the area for a period of seven years, again 
regardless of the town meeting action. 



20 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



In October, a development company consulted the Board about the use of the 
Pleasure Island land for apartments, but nothing further has developed regarding 
the area. 

The Board currently has before it a preliminary plan of the northerly part of 
the so-called Ryan land which is southerly of Salem Street abutting the 
Wakefield -Lynnfield Town line along the Saugus River. Access to this land is by 
way of Walton Street. The plan shows 42 new Single Residence building lots. 

During 1975 members have represented the Board at several hearings before 
the Board of Appeals and in some instances has made recommendations to that 
Board. 

In March Charles M. Imbracsio was elected to the Board. 

Town Engineer Michael T. Collins was again appointed Engineering Con- 
sultant to the Board. The Board elected Ruth A. Woodbury to the position of 
Clerk -Treasurer . 

Wakefield Town Planning Board 

JOSEPH S. R. ZAGARELLA, Chairman 
RUTH A. WOODBURY 
ANGELO R. D'AMBROSIO 
ARTHUR A. KNIGHT, JR. 
CHARLES M. IMBRACSIO 







Protection of Persons 
and Property 

Report of 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Dog Officer 

FIRE DEPARTMENT 

FOREST WARDEN 

CIVIL DEFENSE 

BUILDING INSPECTOR 

Gas Inspector 

Plumbing Inspector 

Wire Inspector 

SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 



22 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Report of the Chief of Police 

YEAR 1975 

Number of Arrests 2244 

Number of Arrests on Warrants 67 

Number of Arrests without Warrants 374 

Number of Arrests on Capias 29 

Number of Arrests on Default Warrants 20 

Number of Summons Served 1754 

Males 1922 

Females 322 

Residents 886 

Non- Residents 1358 

AUTOMOBILE LAWS, VIOLATIONS OF: 

Allowing Improper Person to Operate 

Attempted larceny of a MV 

Break and enter of a MV 7 

Causing property damage 7 

Failing to stop on signal of Officer 16 

Improper lights 27 

Improper plates 16 

Larceny of a MV 2 

Mechanical signal, not stopping 92 

Motor running 

1 MV with altered serial number 

Not keeping to right of way 61 

One way street , violation of 14 

Operating after revocation of license 9 

Operating after suspension of license 5 

Operating failing to slow down at intersection 5 

Operating no registration 17 

Operating so as to endanger 13 

Operating speeding 608 

Operating under the influence 56 

Operating with studded snow tires 

Operating with unnecessary noise 1 1 

Operating a motorcycle without headgear 9 

Operating without a license 69 

Operating without official inspection 99 

Parking violation 340 

Possession of a forged inspection sticker 

Stop sign, not stopping 254 

Uninsured car 21 

Unregistered car 35 

Using without authority 27 

Refusing to show license to Police Officer 1 

Motor Boat Violations 6 



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FOR THE FOLLOWING CRIMES: 

Accosting 

Arson 

Assault and Battery 19 

Assault with dangerous weapon 

Attempted arson 

AWOL from armed forces 

Breaking, entering and larceny in the night time 30 

Breaking , entering and larceny in the daytime 2 1 

Break and enter misdemeanor 

Burglar tools in possession 10 

Carrying dangerous weapon 1 

Carrying loaded shotgun 

Arrested for Other Officers 7 

Children: 

Delinquent 2 

Stubborn 1 

Conspiracy to commit robbery 

Contributing to delinquency 1 

Dog law , violation of 63 

Drinking alcoholic beverage in public 

Exposing person 2 

Fugitive from justice 2 

Idle and disorderly 22 

Illegitimacy 

Indecent assault 

Insane 4 

Kidnapping 4 

Labor law violation 

Larceny 70 

Larceny, attempt to commit 2 

Larceny from person 

Lewdness 2 

Malicious mischief 4 

Minor carrying alcoholic beverage 9 

Murder, assault with intent to commit 

Narcotic drug laws , violations of 56 

Non-support 14 

Possession of false I D card 

Probation, Violation of 15 

Receiving stolen property 17 

Revolver, earring without a license 1 

Runaway boys and girls 1 

Robbery, armed 4 

Robbery, Attempt to commit 

School bus violation 4 

Sounding false alarm of fire 1 

Trespass 4 

Uttering 3 

Wilfully and maliciously destroying Town property 9 



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Defraud Innkeeper 

Murder 

Rape 

Safekeeping 

Discharging Firearm w/in town limits 

Procuring Liquor for a minor 

Health Law Violations 

Possession of Fireworks 

Carrying Firearm w/o Permit 

HOW DISPOSED OF: 

Appealed 

Continued 

Concord Reformatory 

Defaulted 

Delivered to other Officers 

Discharged 

Dismissed 

Grand Jury 

House of Correction 

Insane Hospital 

No Service 

Placed on file 

Probation 

State Prison suspended sentence 

Released 

Youth service board cancelled 

Restitution 

Youth service board suspended sentence 

Suspended sentence to the house of correction 

Custody, Probation Officer 

FINES IMPOSED: 






at 


$1.00 


13 


at 


2.00 


11 


at 


3.00 


296 


at 


5.00 


130 


at 


6.00 


11 


at 


7.00 


354 


at 


10.00 





at 


11.00 


158 


at 


15.00 


15 


at 


20.00 


397 


at 


25.00 


2 


at 


40.00 


21 


at 


50.00 


2 


at 


75.00 


64 


at 


100.00 


1 


at 


200.00 


1 


at 


300.00 


1 


at 


500.00 


1477 


Total 








1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


3 


1 


19 


261 





248 


34 


6 


92 


8 


7 


7 


28 


20 


4 


4 


1 


1 


21 


2 


3 


1 


0.00 


26.00 


33.00 


1,480.00 


780.00 


77.00 


3,540.00 


0.00 


2,370.00 


300.00 


9,925.00 


80.00 


1,050.00 


150.00 


6,400.00 


200.00 


300.00 


500.00 


27,211.00 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 25 



MISCELLANEOUS REPORT: 

Accidents reported to police 997 
Amount of lost property recovered $3 , 308 . 10 
Amount of property left outside stores and cared for $2,085 .00 
Amount of stolen property recovered $189,977.00 

Bicycles found 49 

Broken wires reported 18 

Buildings found open and secured 573 

Burglary , false alarm 456 

Complaints and cases investigated 5357 

Dead and stray cats reported 18 

Dead bodies cared for 4 

Dead dogs reported 1 1 

Defects in gas pipes reported 7 

Defects in hydrants reported 4 

Defects in streets and sidewalks reported 17 

Defects in water pipes reported 

Detail for private assemblages 685 

Dog bites reported 15 
Dogs killed 

Fires discovered and alarm given 91 

Fires discovered and extinguished without alarm 1 18 

Gunshot wounds 2 

Lights found burning in buildings 

Lost children cared for 1 1 

Lost dogs found and returned to owners 

Medical examiner cases 25 

Obstructions removed from streets 32 

Officers at fires 363 

Persons missing 105 

Runaway boys cared for 4 

Runaway girls cared for 4 

Sick and disabled persons assisted 484 

Street lights not burning 44 

Traffic signs borrowed 

Traffic signs put out at dangerous places 

Water running to waste 1 1 

Messages delivered 186 

Annoying and obscene calls 59 

Water Dept. calls taken 79 

False alarms of fire 140 

Number of Duty Calls 65 , 679 

POLICE DEPARTMENT STATISTICS 

Number of ambulance cases 504 

Miles covered by Ambulance 100X 8284 

Miles covered by car 92 1 1234 

Miles covered by car 93 733 

Miles covered by car 94 56579 

Miles covered by car 95 18540 

Miles covered by car 96 55370 



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TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Miles covered by Motorcycle #1 
Miles covered by Safty Car #91 

Total Mileage 

Legal papers served for out of town Departments 
Legal papers served for our Department 
Parking three way citations issued for 1975 

MOTOR VEHICLE VIOLATION CITATIONS ISSUED 

Court summoned 
At the time of arrest 
Warnings 



Total 



MONEY COLLECTED AND TURNED OVER 
TO THE TOWN TREASURER 



Bicycle Registrations 
Firearms -License to carry 
Firearms -Identification cards 
Firearms -dealers 
Photocopies of records 
Taxi - license to drive 



Total 



MONEY COLLECTED AND TURNED OVER 
TO THE COURT OR COMPLAINANT 



Non-Support 

For restitution and bad checks 



2473 
31410 

184,623 

699 
1824 
1413 



1241 

99 

260 

1600 



$32.25 

1840.00 

1830.00 

18.00 

1703.50 

195.00 

$5618.75 



$1760.00 
14,707.75 



WILLIAM R. CONNORS, Chief of Police 



1975 ANNUAL TOWN REPORT 



Stray dogs picked up 
Stray dogs returned 
Stray dogs disposed of 
Quarantines Issued 
Dead Animals picked up 
Court Citations Issued 
Complaints answered 
Wild Animals picked up 



418 

321 

97 

92 

185 

282 

2305 

27 

JOHN J. DONAHER 

Dog Officer and Animal Inspector 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



27 



Report of Chief of Fire Department 



The following report of the Wakefield Fire Department for the year 1975 



Bell Alarms 
Still Alarms 



Total 



False Alarms 
Mutual Aid Given 

Melrose 

Reading 

Stoneham 

Lynnfield 

Saugus 

Medical Aid Calls 
Multiple Alarms 

Two Alarms 

Mutual Aid Received 
Reading 
Melrose 
Stoneham 
Lynnfield 
Saugus 

APPARATUS AND EQUIPMENT USED 

Booster hose used 

IV2" hose used 

2V4" hose used 

3" hose used 

Ladders raised 

Smoke ejectors used 

Smoke masks used 

Salvage covers used 

Dry Powder Extinguishers used 

C02 Extinguishers used 

PERSONNEL 



429 
1890 

2319 

101 
102 



59 

23 

11 

5 

4 



189 
2 
2 

69 



30 

26 

10 

2 

1 



144,900 ft. 

23,900 ft. 

11,700 ft. 

13,200 ft. 
3,078 ft. 
36 times 
1 1 times 
16 times 
6 times 
3 times 



The Department consists of a Chief, Four (4) Captains, Four (4) Lieutenants, 
One (1) Firefighter-Mechanic, Forty -three (43) Firefighters, One (1) Female 
Clerk, and Twelve (12) Call Firefighters. 

Capt. John Riley, Lieut. Frederick Graham, and Firefighters Ralph Mc- 
Cann, Edgar Russell, and Arthur List retired during the year 1975. These men 
served the Town with many years of dedicated and devoted service, and I extend 
our best wishes to them all. 

The following men were appointed Provisional Firefighters during the year 
until such time a new Civil Service Exam can be certified. Roy Fanjoy, Thomas 
Ronan, Thomas Labriola, David Currier, Michael Robbins. 



28 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Firefighter David Akin was promoted to Lieutenant on October 2, 1975. 

TRAINING 

Thirteen department members have qualified as Emergency Medical 
Technicians after completing an 81 hour course and Federal Exam. 

There will be twelve (12) additional department members enrolled in 
Emergency Medical Technicians courses by January of 1976. 

Department members have taken courses on pumping, arson, auto ex- 
trication, sprinklers, Officer Training and ladders during the year which were 
conducted by the Mass. Fire Academy at various locations in the Commonwealth. 

FIRE PREVENTION 

In service inspections of Commercial, business, and mercantile buildings, 
schools, and nursing homes were conducted during 1975. 

Fire Drills were conducted in public and private schools . 

Nursing and Convalescent Homes were inspected four times during the year 
as required by law. 

All new residential homes and those existing homes that have extensions or 
remodeling, now must install a complete fire alarm system. This is a State Law 
which came effective January 1, 1975. 

A Baby Sitting Course was conducted during the year for Jr. High and High 
School pupils. 

PERMITS ISSUED 

Oil Burner Installations 145 
Fuel Oil Storage Class B Gals . 60 , 700 

Blasting Operations 128 

Tar Kettles 6 

Fireworks 1 

LP Gas 4 

Storage for flammables Class A 5 

60 ,000 rounds small arms cartridges 1 

100 lbs . gun powder 1 

APPARATUS 

Apparatus consists of the following: 
1975 Maxim 1250 GPM Pumper 
1975 Maxim 100' Aerial Ladder 
1973 Chevrolet Sedan (Chief's Car) 
1970 Chevrolet Pick-up 
1967 International 750 GPM Pumper 
1960 Mack 750 GPM Pumper (Reserve) 
1956 Mack 750 GPM Pumper (Reserve) 
1955 American LaFrance 85' Aerial Ladder Reserve 
1954 American LaFrance 750 GPM Pumper 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 29 



WAKEFIELD FIRE ALARM 

43 hours spent on circuit trouble overhead 
519 hours spent on circuit improvement 
49 hours spent on equipment repairs 
88 hours spent on inspections 



699 Total Man Hours Worked 

3 Master Boxes Connected 
2 Damaged Boxes repaired 
5180' Overhead wire run 
260' Underground cable run 

10 Pole Terminal Boxes Installed 

Lake St., Foundry St. completely rewired and improvements to Central 
Office equipment almost completed. 

BUILDINGS 

An office addition to the north side of Fire Headquarters on Crescent St. was 
the first major change to the building since it was built in 1900. 

This addition was built by CETA personnel under the direction of the Board 
of Public Works. The completion of this addition is expected by early January 
1976. This office will provide space for the Administration, Fire Prevention and 
Training Division. 

An Emergency Generator was delivered in December of 1975, which will 
provide power for both the Police and Fire Stations. 

In conclusion, I would like to express my personal thanks to the Officers and 
members of the department and other Town Departments who assisted me in any 
way. 

Respectfully submitted, 

WALTER V. MALONEY, JR. 
Chief of Fire Department 



Report of Forest Warden 

During the year there was a total of 291 woods and grass fires. 

Respectfully submitted, 

WALTER V. MALONEY, JR. 
Forest Warden 



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Report of Director of Civil Defense 

The Civil Defense organization continues to function under the general 
direction and control of the Board of Selectmen as is required under the provision 
of Chapter 639 of the Acts of the year 1950. 

There is one paid employee serving the position of office clerk and field agent. 
The director and all other members of the organization are serving on a volunteer 
basis. 

The management, control and direction of the Auxiliary Fire and Police 
Departments have continued under the jurisdiction of the Chiefs of their 
respective departments, as has the operation of the Civil Defense Rescue Truck. 
The Civil Defense Communications Group remained effectively available during 
the year under the direction of Chief Radio Officer J. Henry Sleeper. 

At the present time there are 694 shelter spaces stocked with food and 
emergency supplies. 

All auxiliary agencies operated both effectively and efficiently to the ad- 
vantage of the Town during the year 1975. 

Respectfully submitted 

WILLIAM P. HURTON 
Director of Civil Defense 



Report of the Building Department 

Reports of all divisions of the Building Department for the year 1975 are as 
follows: 

Building Division 

Building permits granted 185 
Sets of plans for new houses, apartment buildings, 

commercial buildings, schools, alterations and 

additions approved 185 

Building inspections made 842 

Inspections with State Inspector 28 

Inspections with Fire Chief 38 

Inspection of fire jobs 13 

Complaints investigated 196 

Complaints investigated regarding Zoning Bylaws 86 

Sign inspections 57 

Shingle permits issued 47 

Sidewalk and sign permits issued 23 

Buildings condemned 3 

Buildings razed 4 

Board of Appeals meetings attended 1 

New dwellings 35 

Swimming pool permits issued 40 



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Planning Board meetings attended 2 

Multiple dwellings inspected 188 

Certificate of Occupancy permits issued 43 

Inspection Certificates issued 84 

Lodging houses inspected 10 

Kindergarten and nursery schools inspected 12 

Permits refused 26 

Hotel inspections made 7 

Permit fees received $1 1 , 143 .00 
Total valuation of permits granted $1 ,649,959.00 

PERMIT VALUATIONS FOR LAST SIX YEARS 

1970 $4,307,431. 1973 $2,469,561. 

1971 2,927,363. 1974 1,642,869. 

1972 4,581,147. 1975 1,649,959. 

GAS DIVISION 

Permits granted 277 

Inspections made 292 

Inspections approved 273 

Installations not passing inspection 19 

Installations corrected and passed 19 

Meetings with pipe fitters or plumbers on the job 129 

Inspections requested by Municipal Light Department 20 

Inspections requested by Fire Department 10 

Inspections after fire damage 10 

Complaints investigated 36 

Permit fees collected $996 . 00 

PLUMBING DIVISION 

Permits granted 282 

Inspections made 1090 

Number of fixtures installed 845 

Bath tubs 74 

Lavatories 157 

Water closets 142 

Showers 23 

Sinks 113 

Laundry trays 10 

Tankless 21 

Disposals 17 

Dishwashers 32 

Washing machines 29 

Urinals 2 

Drinking fountains 1 

Water heaters 156 

Sewer connections 40 

Miscellaneous 24 

Permit fees received $ l ,553 .00 



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WIRING DIVISION 

Permits granted 565 

Inspections made 735 

Inspections approved 535 

Temporary service permits 9 

Change in service, two to three wire 30 

Permits for larger three wire service 87 

Permits for commercial light and power service 12 

Installations not passing inspection 15 

Installations corrected and passed 14 

Meetings on j ob s with electricians 3 1 

Inspections made with Fire Chief 10 

Inspections requested by Municipal Light Department 12 

Inspections requested by Fire Department 13 

Inspections after fire damage 9 

Inspections of kindergartens and nursery schools 12 

Inspections of convalescent homes 8 

Inspections of public schools 6 

Inspections of public buildings 21 

Lodging houses inspected 10 

Hotel inspections made 7 

Complaints inspected 18 
Permit fees collected $2 , 80 1 . 00 

Respectfully submitted 

DAVID D. CARDILLO, Building Inspector 
Building Department 

Report of Sealer of Weights 
and Measures 

The following is a report of the Sealer of Weights & Measures 



Scales over 10,000 lbs. 
100 to 5,000 lbs. 

More than 10 lbs, less than 100 lbs. 
10 lbs. or less 


Adjusted 

4 
3 


Sealed Condemned 

6 

6 
38 
42 


Weights 






Avoirdupois 
Apothecary 




10 
75 


Vehicle Tanks (oil trucks) 

Bulk Storage 

Gasoline Meters 

Oil 

Leather Measuring Devices 


5 
10 


15 

7 

92 

1 
2 



Inspected 352 lbs. of meat, vegetables, bread, fish, butter, etc. 

Total 22 294 

P.J. CARISELLA 

Sealer of Weights & Measures 




Health and Welfare 

Report of 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT 

VETERANS' SERVICES 

COUNCIL ON AGING 

HOUSING AUTHORITY 

YOUTH ACTIVITIES COMMISSION 

RECREATION COMMISSION 



34 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Report of the Board of Health 

1975 was a busy year for the Board of Health. 

Mr. Merle A. Peabody was elected a member of the Board to replace Mr. 
Bernard Fitzgerald who did not run for re-election. 

A Flu Clinic was held in the fall for Town Employees, Police and Fire 
Departments. 

Dr. Peter Coakley has undertaken the Rabies Clinic and it was held in May. 

A summary of Field Trips and Investigations by the Public Health Nurse is 
as follows: 

Visits to TBC patients and contacts. 92 
Trips to Hospital for patient's checkups 

and X-Ray examinations. 40 

Number of contacts X-rayed or TBC tested . 58 

Premature Baby Evaluations. 13 

Miscellaneous Investigations . 1 24 

The following cases were reported during the year: 

Animal Bites 109 

Chicken Pox 1 

Streptococcal Infections 19 

Meningitis 1 

German Measles 2 

Hepatitis 1 

Viral Encephalitis 1 

Salmonella 1 

Tuberculosis 1 

A listing of the Permits and Licenses issued for the year 1975 and the money 
received for them is as follows: 

Burial Permits 82 No Charge 

Funeral Directors 4 No Charge 

Milk-Retail 58 116.00 

Milk-Dealers 12 22.50 

Oleo 22 11.00 

Ice Cream 5 25.00 

Food Establishments 34 34.00 

Mobile Food Servers 9 9.00 

Massage and Vapor Baths 1 5.00 

Offensive Trades 16 16.00 

Registrations 21 105.00 

Construction 1 3.00 

General 15 116.00 

Swimming Pools 3 15.00 



$477.50 



The Health Agent's Report is as follows: 

Number of Restaurant Inspections 128 



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Number of Retail Food Inspections 67 

Number of Nursing Home Inspections 1 1 

Number of Milk Plant Inspections 1 

Number of Ice Cream Inspections (Plants) 7 

Plan Review 47 

The following complaints were received and investigated: 

Rubbish Complaints 42 

Overflowing Cesspools 24 

Rodent Complaints 14 

Miscellaneous Complaints 118 

Complaints referred to other Departments 95 

Respectfully submitted, 

GEORGE O. RICHARDSON, Chairman 

MERLE A. PEABODY, Secretary 
A. LOUIS GIAMARCO, DDS 



Report of Veteran's Services 
and Benefits 

Under Chapter 115, General Laws as amended, the Town of Wakefield is 
reimbursed one -half of all monies spent, provided that proper authorization from 
the State as to settlement, dependency and need is shown. 

Recipients expenses $112,547.00 

Recipients aided 270 Cases 

Medical cases aided 80 Cases 

Fuel Cases aided 62 Cases 

Disability Compensation and 

Pension Applications 145 Cases 

Hospitalization at Veteran's Hospitals 52 Cases 

Education — House Loans — G.I. Insurance 275 Cases 

Respectfully submitted, 

RICHARD J. MCGRAIL 
Veteran's Agent 
Veteran's Service Director 



Report of Wakefield Council on Aging 

The Wakefield Council on Aging sponsored the following activities during 
the year 1975. 

RECREATION 

1. Bus Trips 

These trips have been supervised by a sub -committee of the Council. A 
registered nurse accompanies each bus trip. 



36 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



a. June 18 - 2 buses to Rockport — 82 persons; 2 buses to Plymouth — 82 
persons 

b. July 16 - 2 buses to Salem Willows — 60 persons 

c. August 20 - 3 buses to Hampton Beach — 123 persons 

d. September 17-2 buses to Wiggin's Tavern, Northampton — 82 persons 

e. October 22 - 4 buses to Winding Brook Lodge, Keene, N.H. — 164 per- 
sons 

f. December 17-4 buses to Town Lyne House, Peabody — 164 persons 

2. Programs 

a. June 2 - Dolbeare School - Fashion Show • Refreshments — 200 persons 

b. December 17 - Musical Program for those who attended the Town Lyne 
House bus trip. 

3. Picnic 

August 9 - The annual Picnic was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mario 
Gallucci of 28 Valley St., Wakefield. Italian and American foods prepared by 
Mrs. Gallucci and served by her group of volunteers, 250 people attended. 
Transportation and a program were provided. 

EDUCATION 

1. Classes 

Ten classes were offered in spring and again in the fall in Crewel Embroidery 
and Rug Hooking. The classes met at Hart's Hill Birch Hall. 

The Art class which offered instruction in water color, oil, and pastel chalk 
met at the Greenwood Union Church. Ten sessions in the Spring; ten in the fall. 
Instructors: 

Mrs. Elizabeth Therous, Crewel Embroidery 
Mrs. Doris Reid, Rug Hooking 
Mrs. Jane Jowdy, Art 
An exhibit of the three crafts was held in April at the First Baptist Church. 

2. Lip Reading Classes 

Ten weeks in the spring and again in the fall Lip Reading classes for the hard 
of hearing senior adult are held at the library. 

The Quota Club of Lynn, Massachusetts provided the instructor, Miss 
Eileen Connolly. Miss Connolly is a former principal of Horace Mann School for 
the Deaf. 

3. Library Programs 

Once a month a program for senior citizens has been held at the library on the 
second Friday. Programs consist of travel films, book reviews, crafts instruction, 
and biographical films, presented by the library personnel. 

SERVICES 

1. Income Tax Assistance 

This was a new free service for senior citizens. Philip C. Boody trained by the 
VITA program gave assistance to many persons who needed this kind of help. 
The Council publicized this service. 

2. Newsletter 

This is the one service provided by the Council which reaches every older 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 37 



citizen. Over 3,000 copies were mailed in February, June, and October, carrying 
information about current programs and services both local and statewide which 
are available to the elderly. The work of collating, labeling, and stapling was done 
by volunteers. 

3. ID Cards 

ID Cards are issued to those persons 65 years of age and over. The cards 
entitle the holder to discounts at local stores, high school musical programs, and 
high school athletic events. 

4. Social Security Assistance 

The Council arranged for a representative from the Social Security office to 
come to the Council office monthly in the spring to answer questions pertaining to 
Social Security problems. 

5. Remembrance 

The Council contributed $50.00 towards the baskets which were decorated 
and filled by members of the Drop-in-Center Club. These baskets were sent to 
patients in nursing homes who would otherwise not be remembered. 

HEALTH SERVICES 

1. Health Clinics 

Sixteen health clinics were held during the year. The clinics were held at the 
First Baptist Church, Greenwood Union Church, and Hart's Hill. One or more 
visiting nurse is in attendance at each clinic to take blood pressure, check weight, 
and review any health problems. 

2. Physical Fitness Class 

A small class was held for six weeks in the spring, sponsored jointly by the 
Home Health Care Department of the Melrose -Wakefield Hospital and the 
Council. A physical therapist from the Hospital instructed the group. 

3. Glaucoma Clinic 

Together with the Wakefield Lions Club the Council sponsored a Glaucoma 
Clinic. Approximately 150 senior citizens took advantage of the free clinic. Many 
volunteers were involved; advertising was provided by the banks of Wakefield, 
professional help was arranged for by Dr. Forrest Seavey . 

4. Flu Shots 

On November 6, free flu serum was provided for 361 senior adults. The 
Wakefield -Lynnfield Kiwanis Club generously provided the serum and the at- 
tending physician. The Council on Aging arranged for space, time, nurses, 
publicity and additional volunteers. 

COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE 

Many groups are now providing services for Wakefield's senior citizens. In 
addition to the Lions Club, the Kiwanis Club, the Quota Club of Lynn, the library 
personnel, and Philip C. Boody, our local merchants are giving discounts to 
senior citizens. The Wakefield YMCA has helped with printing our Newsletter, 
clinic bills have been paid by the Wakefield VNA. The Council expresses ap- 
preciation to all who have assisted in any way. 



38 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



COUNCIL OFFICE 

The Council Office in the First Baptist Church was closed during July and 
August due to circumstances beyond our control. Mrs. M. Jane McOuat, typist 
clerk resigned in October. Mrs. Marion Whiting was hired to replace her. Office 
hours are 9:00 am to 1 pm, Monday through Friday. Many questions of in- 
formation and referral are answered by the office. 

COUNCIL PERSONNEL 

Two resignations have been received: Mr. Anthony Cerullo and Mrs. Evelyn 
Shulman. One new appointment was made: Mrs. Juliette Quinlan. 

GROUP AFFILIATIONS 

The Chairman of the Council is a member of the Geriatrics Committee of the 
Eastern Middlesex Mental Health Division; a member of a 5-town group of 
Councils on Aging; a member of a Regional group of 22 cities and towns. Other 
Council members may attend these meetings. 

The Chairman is a non -voting member of the Mystic Valley Home Care 
Corporation which meets monthly. 

A new Human Services for the Elderly Committee has been formed, 
represented by leaders of various groups serving the elderly in many capacities. 

Membership in all these groups serves to broaden horizons and help solve 
problems . 

COUNCIL MEMBERS 
ALBERTA L. BARBEAU 
JOHN E. FLYNN 
MARY GALLUCCI 
THOMAS MULLEN 
ARTHUR ROTONDI, JR. 
ROSEMARY YASI 
EVELYN SHULMAN 
JULIETTE QUINLAN 
ANTHONY CERULLO, resigned 
ELSIE B. FREEMAN, Chairman 



Report of Wakefield 
Housing Authority 

667-C 

As required by Section 26-U of the Housing Authority Laws (Chapter 121 of 
the General Laws), a copy of this Annual Report is sent to the State Housing 
Board, to the Board of Selectmen of the Town of Wakefield and the State 
Auditor: 

In 1975, the Wakefield Housing Authority has continued in its efforts to 
bring decent, safe and sanitary housing to those in need. Under a new federal 
program, Section 8, Housing Assistance Payments Program, we applied for and 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 39 



received funding for a period of five years for twenty -five units of housing. 

These twenty -five units, divided into categories by bedroom size; 6 one- 
bedroom; 9 two-bedroom; 8 three-bedroom; and 2 four -bedroom; are for people of 
lower and very low income. Income limits are set by the federal government based 
on the median income for the Boston area. Fair market rents for the Boston area 
as found in the Federal Register are used in computing rents to be paid in 
Wakefield. 

At the present time, all the eligible families have been given their certificates 
of participation and are presently looking for apartments to lease in Wakefield. 
We feel this type of program is one that benefits the home owner as well as the 
tenant since the money is going directly into the community. 

Continuing improvements under Chapter 694, Acts of 1970, an act providing 
funds for use in renovating and modernizing existing State -Aided housing 
projects, are being made. In 1975, we had the interiors of 30 apartments repainted 
plus the front and back hallways of the older section of the development. All 
apartments in the original development have now been repainted. And, since 
television is one of the greatest pleasures for our elderly tenants, we added two 
UHF channels to our outside master antenna. At the time of construction of the 
older section of the development, these channels were not in existence. We are 
presently in the process of obtaining approval from the Department of Com- 
munity Affairs to purchase new stoves for the older section of the development. 

Funds from our yearly budget were set aside for the re-painting of the ex- 
terior of the whole development and this work was completed by November. 

Through CETA, it was possible for the Authority to hire a Social Coor- 
dinator to work with the tenants, both those in our elderly complex and those 
under the Rental Assistance program funded by the Commonwealth. Mrs. Mary 
Gallucci is now a member of the Authority staff, working with the tenants 
whenever they need assistance and also working part of the time in the office on 
the new rental assistance program. 

Town meeting action gave the Authority approval to build further elderly 
units and we have submitted two articles for the 1976 warrant requesting ap- 
proval from the townspeople for the Board of Public Works to transfer to us land 
on Broadway for a new elderly development. The second article seeks approval for 
a zoning change from the present industrial designation to general residence. We 
feel that a third elderly development is a definite necessity since we have a long 
waiting list and although we had a vacancy rate of ten this year, the normal 
change is three to four per year. Thus, many of those on the waiting list will never 
be able to move into Hart's Hill Apartments. Townspeople are asked to bear in 
mind that several years pass from inception of a housing development to its 
actual completion. 

Birch Community Hall continues to be the focal point for the various social 
activities of the tenants. They meet weekly to work on projects for the fair they 
hold each year prior to the Christmas holiday and have held luncheons and card 
parties which have been well attended. 

The Council on Aging has also made use of our facilities for their meetings 
and for health clinics for the tenants and other elderly of the town. Classes 
sponsored by the Council are also held in Birch Hall. 



40 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



The Authority wishes to express their appreciation to the various town 
departments who have always been willing to help our tenants in any way 
possible, especially the Board of Public Works, the Police Department and the 
Fire Department. 

Respectfully submitted, 

WAKEFIELD HOUSING AUTHORITY 
Stephen D. Harrington, Chairman 
Reverend John V. Thorp, Vice Chairman 
Mrs. Mary S. Sweeney, Treasurer 
Carney D. Daniels, Assistant Treasurer 
Philip H. DePasquale, Member 
Mrs. Barbara L. Miller, Director 



Youth Activities Commission 

The Establishment, Wakefield's Youth Center in February completed six 
years of successful operation in the same inadequate location in the town hall. 
However; since the State of Massachusetts has phased out the local Armory the 
town very wisely obtained this piece of property to be used as a civic center. The 
Youth Center, after six long years, will finally have an adequate facility for our 
young people; which will include a lounge, game room and a cafeteria. 

Members of the Youth Activities Commission are: Martin Moore, Martha 
Egan, William Boodry, Don McAuliffe, Harry Petrucci, Richard DeFeo, and 
Edward Hennesey. The staff is composed of: Director James Scott, Ass't 
Director Fred Roberto, Nancy Aucella, Marty Knight and Rick Custodies, Youth 
Advisors are: Kelly Layton, Wendy Comerford, Tom Schwarz, Ken Lundquist, 
Mark McCune, Don Mueller and Jim Scott. 

Some of the many programs were; The Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Mountain 
Climb, Red Sox game, Community Clean-up, assist Friends of the Library in a 
book sale and Record Hops. 

Appropriation 1975 $9,795.00 

Money not used $ 1 , 774 . 44 

Misc. Income 7/1/74 to 6/30/75 $633. 12 

JAMES M. SCOTT, Director 
Youth Activities Commission 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 41 

Report of the 
Recreation Commission 

In March of 1975 the Recreation Commission members voted as Chairman, 
Mr. George K. Koulouris, and as Vice-Chairman, Mr. William J. Boodry. Mr. 
Roger Maloney was appointed as Director of Recreation for the fifth consecutive 
year and Mrs. Marjorie Henderson was hired as Secretary to replace Mrs. Ethel 
Bisacre who resigned her position in May. 

The office of the Recreation Department, located in the Town Hall, opened 
from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 noon on April 1, 1975, to accommodate the increasing 
number of tennis and other permits. A total of 16,511 tennis permits were issued 
from April 1, 1975 to October 31, 1975. 

With the opening of the ten playgrounds and two beaches on June 16 
(beaches) and June 30 (playgrounds), the office hours were extended from 9:00 
A.M. to 5:00 P.M. 

The summer program has a staff of some 35 young people of the town, the 
majority of whom are attending college. The playground supervisors attended a 
workshop on techniques and skills of a playground instructor. A new playground 
was opened this summer at Woodville School and proved to be a popular 
recreational spot for children in the area. During the summer the playgrounds 
continued to show an increase in new activities and attendance. Two field trips 
were sponsored by the Commission — the Red Sox Baseball game, and the 
popular Canobie Lake Amusement Park. Many mini-field trips were taken by 
individual playgrounds to such places as the Stoneham Zoo, Wal-Lex Roller 
Skating Rink in Waltham, Bowling, and Miniature Golf. 

The ten playgrounds: Common, Moulton, Nasella, Sullivan, Mapleway, J.J. 
Round, Dolbeare, Woodville, Col. Connelly and Walton also offered numerous 
Arts and Crafts programs. The handicraft supervisor enabled each playground to 
have a specialized activity in Arts and Crafts at least once a week. Many of the 
handicrafts were on display in the lobby of the Melrose-Wakefield Trust Company 
for one week and at the Lucius Bebee Library for one week at the end of the 
summer. 

The two beaches, Spaulding and Col. Connelly, were very popular this 
summer and attendance increased as the temperature rose. Identification tags 
were sold to residents for 25 cents for the entire season while non-residents were 
required to purchase identification tags each time they used the area. Free 
swimming lessons were given during the nine week season, with both beach areas 
having a record number of children sign up for these lessons. On August 15, the 
annual Long Distance Swim was held. This event was open to local boys and girls 
ages 10 thru 16. A large group registered and most finished the swim. A new dock 
enclosure at the Col. Connelly Beach proved popular and it is the hope of the 
Recreation Commission to add to this dock enclosure in the near future. 

There is a free tennis clinic for youngsters from ages 8 thru 16 throughout the 
summer months, which has been oversubscribed each year. 

The playgrounds and beaches closed for the season on August 22. This year 
instead of the Annual Demonstration Day and Parade, a Town -Wide Picnic was 



42 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



held for the youngsters on the Common on August 14, 1975. Following the picnic, 
presentation of awards for the playground Arts & Crafts program were made, 
Little Miss Wakefield was crowned and the afternoon closed with a concert. 

Events held during the summer at the various playgrounds were field trips, 
arts and crafts, track and field events, baseball, basketball, street hockey, soccer, 
checker tournaments, frisbee contests, bean bags, volleyball, softball, croquet 
and horse shoes. Free Ice Cream slips were given throughout the summer each 
week to participants for excellence in performance for the week. 

Other activities sponsored by the Recreation Commission throughout the 
year are Adult Physical Fitness classes, Town Tennis Championships, Evening 
Summer Basketball League, Wakefield Slow Pitch Softball League, Concerts on 
the Common Bandstand, Adult Winter Golf Lessons, Winter Adult Basketball 
League, Saturday morning Basketball for youngsters, Men's and Women's Adult 
Indoor Tennis lessons, Free Family Swim at the Regional School, Saturday af- 
ternoon movies, and open gym classes at the new fieldhouse. 

During 1975, the Recreation Commission reconstructed Mapleway Tennis 
Courts, bleachers at Sullivan and Veterans' fields; various fencing projects 
throughout the recreational areas and lights at Nasella basketball courts were 
installed. The program for updating and lighting facilities at Veterans' Field was 
continued with the relocation of poles and the replacement of lights, and the 
program of replacing the heavy playground equipment on all the playgrounds 
continued with the addition of climbing towers and permanent see-saws and 
merry-go-rounds at several of the various playgrounds. Also installed was a 
permanent water fountain at J.J. Round playground. 

The recreation Commission also posted signs at both beach areas and the 
Tennis courts at Veterans', Moulton, Mapleway and Farm Street stating the 
rules and regulations for these areas. With the opening of the new courts at Farm 
Street and the reconstruction of the Mapleway Tennis Courts, the Recreation 
Commission predicts that approximately 17,000 permits will be issued during the 
1976 season by the Recreational Department office for the 12 tennis courts 
available. 

In line with offering recreation for all age groups, lighted facilities for ten 
tennis courts, four basketball courts a softball area and an all purpose area at 
Walton Field are provided. The Recreation Commission works in close 
cooperation with the many various sports groups and others in the town. In 
conjunction with working with these groups and our own programs through the 
coordination of the Public Works and School Department efforts, the Commission 
provides field maintenance and facility supervision. This has become possible 
through the newly instated program of central permitting of all town facilities by 
the Recreational Commission. 

GEORGE E. KOULOURIS, Chairman 
J. FRANK ANDERSON, Commission Member 
WILLIAM BOODRY, Vice-Chairman 
LOUIS J. RACCA, Commission Member 
ALFRED ROBERTO, Commission Member 
ROGER G. M ALONE Y, Director 




Maintenance 



Report of 

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Engineering Division 

Forestry & Park Division 

Cemetery Division 

Water Division 

Sewer Division 

Highway Division 



44 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Report of the Director 
of Public Works 

To the Board of Public Works: 

As required by Chapter 48 of the Acts of 1950, an Act authorizing the Town 
of Wakefield to establish a Board of Public Works, I respectfully submit for your 
consideration a report of the work accomplished in 1975, with recommendations 
for the future. 

The major accomplishments for the year were: 

After extensive negotiations with RE SCO, we have entered into contract and 
are presently using these waste disposal facilities. I feel this twenty year contract 
provides a long-range solution to the Town's solid waste disposal problems. 

Special public works projects were completed in conjunction with the Federal 
Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA). The Town has fully 
utilized the labor force provided under this program and has benefited with the 
addition of a Team Room and Concession Stand at Landrigan Field, an office 
addition to the Fire Department Headquarters, and a storage facility for the 
Water and Sewer Division on Broadway. 

A major sewer program was completed this year through a bonding program 
initiated by the Finance Committee. Sewer facilities are now available to June 
Circle, Stone Way, Farm Street, Water Street, Harrison Avenue, Bay Street, and 
Bay State Road. 

The inflow -infiltration study of the Town's Sewer System was completed and 
the results show a favorable report in order to qualify for Federal funds to con- 
struct a new force main from the Farm Street Sewer Station to the Melrose city 
line. 

The study of the Town's Water Distribution System was completed which 
shows that the Town's ability to deliver adequate flows throughout the Town is 
good. In order to provide an adequate supply of water for the future, a second 
connection to the M.D.C. through Stoneham is recommended. 

The Town acquired the Armory this year from the State and is presently in 
the process of installing a sprinkler system and emergency lighting, along with 
other improvements prior to opening this facility as a Community and Civic 
Center early in 1976. 

For details of the work accomplished this year, I refer you to the following 
reports of the Division Supervisors. 

Respectfully submitted, 

RICHARD C. BOUTIETTE, 
Director of Public Works 

To the Citizens of the Town of Wakefield: 

In the year 1975, the Board of Public Works can once again report that it has 
had a very successful and satisfactory year in carrying out the administrative 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 45 



responsibilities assigned to it in vital areas affecting the services provided to the 
townspeople by the Department of Public Works. 

At its organizational meeting, the Board chose Ralph P. De Cecca to be its 
Chairman; and James M. Scott as its Secretary. Elected as a new member at the 
March election, the Board welcomed Mrs. Diana J. Lowry, the first woman to 
serve in this capacity since the Board's inception in 1951 . 

The ever present problem of refuse disposal was finally solved when a long 
term contract was signed with Refuse Energy Systems Company, and in 
November the Town's solid waste was accepted at the new incinerator at the 
former DeMatteo landfill site in Saugus. A substantial savings has been realized 
with the combined collection of both rubbish and garbage. 

With a bond issue of $300,000.00 and favorable contracts, the Board has 
swelled the percentage of the Town being served by available sewers to over 92 % . 
Eighty -seven percent of the Town is now connected to the public sewer system. 
Two of the largest sewer projects completed this year were the Farm Street and 
Bay State Road projects. A number of smaller contracts and new street con- 
nections were included in the appropriations. 

The continued service of water relay has reached the stage where it has been 
almost totally completed. A phasing out of this program is expected in this 
department. 

The Federal Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) has 
provided us with funds for special public works projects. These projects have 
supplied many citizens of the town with employment opportunities this past year. 
Under the supervision of Director Richard Boutiette and members of his staff, the 
CETA employees have completed new building construction and a large amount 
of maintenance of both buildings and recreational facilities. All this has been 
accomplished with a savings to the taxpayers. 

Numbered among the projects completed are the addition to the Central Fire 
Station, the new field house at the Col. James Landrigan Field at Memorial High 
School, and a storage building at the Broadway Pumping facility. Extensive 
repairs and improvements have been made at both the Lucius Beebe and Mon- 
trose Branch Libraries. Repairs have also been done at the Lafayette Building 
and at the Armory. 

The acquisition of the State Armory has insured the Towns' people a 
Community Center for many years to come. With CETA manpower and 
previously appropriated funds, the building will be available for occupancy before 
Spring. 

The Board acknowledges its indebtedness and wishes to express its gratitude 
to the Director, the employees of the Department and the various other Town 
Boards and officials for their unselfish cooperation; all of whom contributed to 
make this a successful year for the application of commitments by the Board and 
Department of Public Works. 

RALPH P. DE CECCA, Chairman 
Board of Public Works 



46 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



ENGINEERING DIVISION 

Submitted herewith is the report of the activities of your Engineering 
Division for the year ending December 31, 1975: 

Plan Work 

Sewer, drainage and highway easement plans were prepared and filed in the 
Registry of Deeds. 

Construction plans for sewer, sidewalk and drainage projects were prepared 
along with specifications and cost estimates. 

Building construction plans were prepared for the construction of the 
Concession Stand and Team Room built by CETA personnel at Landrigan Field; 
also the Storage Facility now under construction at the Water Division complex 
on Broadway. 

Record sewer and drainage plans were made for all work completed this year. 

Sanitary Sewers 

Sewer projects completed this year consisted of the design, plans, 

specifications, contracts prepared and the supervision of installation of the 
following projects: 

Farm Street Bay Street Angelus Street 

June Circle Bay State Road Western Avenue 

Stone Way Main Street Sewer Lift Station 

Harrison Avenue Mt. Pleasant Avenue (Bay State Road) 

For detailed locations see Highway Supervisor's report. 

Drainage 

Major drainage projects completed this year consisted of the design, plans, 
specifications, contracts prepared and supervision of installation of the following: 
Old Nahant Road Renwick Road 

General 

Inspection services were provided for all subdivisions under construction, in 
accordance with plans approved by the Planning Board, acting under the 
provisions of the Subdivision Control Law. 

Technical assistance was furnished by this division to the Conservation 
Committee, Recreation Commission, Board of Selectmen and the Board of Ap- 
peals. 

This division utilized the services of CETA personnel in upgrading record 
drainage plans. 

Respectfully submitted, 

MICHAEL T. COLLINS 
Town Engineer 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 47 



FORESTRY & PARK DIVISION 

It is my pleasure to inform you of the maintenance program performed by the 
Forestry & Park Division during 1975. 

The Forestry section, the first of the year commenced the routine clearance of 
utility power lines within the general areas of Precincts 1 and 4 in Wakefield. 
Approximately 647 trees were pruned during this operation during the months of 
January, February and March. 

New tree plantings were introduced in the spring, planting mostly 
replacement of trees which were removed in past years, with the exception of 
Stark Avenue, which was partially lined with flowering trees. A total of 125 shade 
trees were planted in 1975. 

During the spring, summer and autumn months many more requests were 
made by local residents for various shade tree problems. We have estimated a 
total of 261 requests were answered by this division and all work performed. 

The decline of healthy shade trees along our public streets in the community 
is still evident by the number of 144 shade trees removed by this division. 

The Park section has a routine winter schedule of snow and ice work and 
maintenance of all picnic tables and storage boxes belonging to the Recreation 
Commission and beginning in the spring, the regular grass mowing maintenance 
and ball diamond care of eight of our public baseball diamonds. 

With the assistance of the C.E.T.A. Program, much has been accomplished 
within the park areas including the regrading and sodding of the Little League 
Field located off Del Carmine Street appropriated under Article 47 of the Annual 
Town Meeting. Also with the assistance of the C.E.T.A. personnel, this division 
has accomplished the replanting and installation of sod to the Lucius Beebe 
Memorial Library and the Montrose Branch Library. Also new shrubs were 
planted at these libraries. 

The Boat Ramp has been reconstructed to be a safe entrance for motor boat 
launching during the summer months. Removal of unwanted weed growth to the 
shores of the Veterans Field area and the replacement with clean gravel has 
enhanced the shores of Lake Quannapowitt. 

In conclusion, I am indebted to L.R. Hart Hardware & Paint, Inc. for 
continuing the shade tree planting of flowering trees that has improved that 
portion of the business area. I am looking forward to planting other trees pur- 
chased by the merchants of Wakefield within the business district with the 
assistance of this division. The citizens of Wakefield are indebted to the Lions 
Club for their donation of an Oak Tree which was planted in the Upper Common. 

Respectfully submitted , 

ROBERT J. BELANGER, Supervisor 
Forestry & Park Division 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



CEMETERY DIVISION 
Old Cemetery — [Church Street] 

Our regular maintenance work consists of: 

(1) Constantly mowing and trimming around monuments. 

(2) Repairing broken monuments. 

(3) Raking leaves and hauling them away. 

(4) Filling in sunken graves. 

Forest Glade Cemetery 

A section of approximately an acre (named Section I) is laid out for sale of 
graves in 1976. 

We have been removing overgrown shrubs throughout the year. 
The following statistics are taken from the 1975 Cemetery Records: 
INTERMENTS 

Adults 122 

Infants 6 



TOTAL 128 

FOUNDATIONS: 88 

Respectfully submitted, 

PHILIP J. COLANTUONIO 
Supervisor 

WATER DIVISION 
Water Main Extension 

By Contractor: 

Mt. Pleasant Avenue — from an existing water main near #11 Mt. Pleasant 
Avenue, 170 feet of8"C.I.C.L. pipe to the intersection of Mt. Pleasant Avenue 
and Everett Street, thence easterly 505' of 8" C.I.C.L. pipe along Mt. Pleasant 
Avenue to a dead end. 

Everett Street — from the intersection of Everett Street and Mt. Pleasant 
Avenue, 250' of8"C.I.C.L. pipe along Everett Street to a dead end. 

Water Main Relay 

By Town: 

Atwood Avenue — 645 Feet of 2" P.V.C. pipe from Forest Street to dead end. 

Las sell Street — 170 Feet of 2" copper from Hanson Street north to dead end. 

Crystal Street — 810 Feet of 6" C.I.C.L. pipe from Greenwood Street to dead 

end. 

Mt. Pleasant Avenue — 200 Feet of 8" C.I.C.L. pipe to a point 30 Feet beyond 

#11 Mt. Pleasant Avenue. 

New Hydrants — 1 

Mt. Pleasant Avenue 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 49 



New Services — 32 

By Town 15 

By Contractor 17 

Services Relaid During the Year — 33 

Number of feet of pipe laid on public land 106 Ft. -number of feet of pipe laid 
on private land 952 Ft. (NEW SERVICES BY TOWN) 

Number of feet of pipe laid on public land 612 Ft. -number of feet of pipe laid 
on private land 1,040 Ft. (RELAYS) 

Distribution System 

Total number of miles of pipe now in use — 81.83 

Number of hydrants in service — 578 

Range of pressure on mains — 20 pounds to 110 pounds 

Number of service taps now in use — 7251 

Percentage of active services metered — 99.7% 

During the year 600 pounds of copper sulphate was applied to Crystal Lake. 

I would like to thank all Public Works employees, all Division heads, and the 
office staff for their cooperation and assistance throughout the year. 

FRANCIS REED, Supervisor 
Water Division 



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SEWER DIVISION 

Sewer Construction 

Farm Street — From an existing manhole on Old Nahant Road near #9 Old 
Nahant Road easterly 161 feet to the easterly side of Farm Street, thence 
southerly 1,183 feet to the intersection of Farm Street and Stone Way. 

Farm Street — From a manhole near #104 Farm Street westerly 82 feet to a 

manhole near #103 Farm Street, thence southerly along Farm Street to near #125 

Farm Street. 

Farm Street — From a manhole near #2 Stone Way westerly 57 feet to a manhole 

near #141 Farm Street, thence southerly to a dead end manhole near #157 Farm 

Street. 

Stone Way — From a manhole at the intersection of Stone Way and Farm Street 

easterly 266 feet to a manhole, thence 326 feet through private lands to a manhole 

on June Circle. 

June Circle — From a manhole near #4 June Circle westerly 150 feet to a dead end 

manhole near #1 June Circle. From a manhole near #4 June Circle easterly 80 feet 

to a dead end manhole near #7 June Circle. 

Harrison Avenue — From an existing manhole at the intersection of Harrison 

Avenue and Kendrick Road southerly 345 feet to a dead end manhole near #24 

Harrison Avenue. 

Water Street — From a manhole at the intersection of Water Street and Doherty 
Lane easterly 301 feet to a dead end manhole near #526 Water Street. 

Water Street — From a manhole at the intersection of Water Street and Doherty 
Lane westerly 515 feet to a dead end manhole near #492 Water Street 

Lassell Street — From a manhole at the intersection of Lassell Street and Hanson 
Street northerly 226 feet to a dead end manhole near #15 Lassell Street. 
Angelus Street — From an existing manhole at the intersection of Angelus Street 
and Nahant Street near #255 Nahant Street southerly 458 feet to the intersection 
of Angelus Street and Everett Street. 

Everett Street — from a manhole at the intersection of Everett Street and Mt. 
Pleasant Avenue westerly 190 feet to a dead end manhole near #32 Mt. Pleasant 
Avenue. 

Mt. Pleasant Avenue — from a manhole at the intersection of Mt. Pleasant 
Avenue and Angelus Street westerly 550 feet to the intersection of Mt. Pleasant 
Avenue and Everett Street thence northerly 297 feet to a dead end manhole at the 
intersection of Mt. Pleasant Avenue and Carey Street near #10 Mt. Pleasant 
Avenue. 

Mt. Pleasant Avenue — From an existing manhole on Nahant Street near #232 
Nahant Street southerly 365 feet to a dead end manhole near #7 Mt. Pleasant 
Avenue. 

Western Avenue — From a manhole near #8 Western Avenue southerly 170 feet 
to a dead end manhole near #16 Western Avenue. 

Bay State Road — From a manhole near #49 Bay State Road easterly 1,060 feet 
to a dead end manhole. 

Bay State Road — From a manhole near #49 Bay State Road westerly 960 feet to 
a dead end manhole near #15 Bay State Road. 

Bay Street — From a manhole at the intersection of Bay Street and Bay State 
Road southwesterly 725 feet to a dead end manhole near #2 Bay Street. 



52 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Main Street — From an existing manhole at the intersection of Main Street and 
Lakeview Avenue northerly 475 feet to a manhole near #13 Main Street, which 
intercepts the 6" force main from Camp Curtis Guild. 

Bay State Road Force Main — From an ejector station near #49 Bay State Road 
westerly 1,330 feet to an existing force main, which pumps across Route #128 into 
Main Street. 

Ejector Station — Located near #49 Bay State Road. 

Sewer Connections made during the year — 122 

By Town 76 

By Contractor 46 

Number of connections made to date 5984. 

FRANCIS REED, Supervisor 
Sewer Division 

HIGHWAY DIVISION 

I hereby submit the report of work accomplished by this Division for the year 
1975. Again this year, our work has primarily been devoted to maintaining our 
existing facilities. 

Sweeping Streets 

All streets were swept in the Spring and were re-swept as often as required. 
The business section was swept four times weekly, weather permitting. 

Traffic Lines 

The following work was completed by contract, under Town supervision: 

110,000 lineal feet center and guide lines 

1,500 lineal feet stop lines 

20,000 lineal feet parking lines 

13,000 lineal feet crosswalk lines 

90 letters 

10 Traffic circles 

20 arrows 

Street Maintenance 

Normal patching as required for maintenance and patching in conjunction 
with resurfacing programs was completed. The following streets were resurfaced 
with bituminous concrete: West Water Street; Chapter 90 on Vernon Street from 
Cordis Street to Lynnfield Line. 

The following streets were resurfaced with S.T. Mix: Avon Court; Emerson 
Street; Houston Street; Swain Place and Grafton Street. 

The following streets were treated with a crack filling process applied by 
contract with Sealcoating, Inc. , under our supervision: Vernon Street from Aborn 
Avenue to Water Street on Vernon Street; Church Street from Main to North 
Avenue on Church Street; North Avenue from Church Street to Lakeside Avenue 
on North Avenue. 

Normal patching as required for maintenance and patching in conjunction 
with resurfacing programs was completed for the following Chip Sealing program 



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or oil and stone cover: Ashland Street; Charles Street; Everett Avenue; Flint 
Street; Francis Avenue; Grove Street; Hillis Avenue; Humphrey Street; Lind- 
bergh Road; Meriam Street; Morel Circle; Nowell Road; Oak Ledge Road; Or- 
chard Street; Orchard Avenue; Overlook Road; Pine Ridge Road; Tamworth Hill 
Avenue; Warren Avenue; Bennett Street; Brook Avenue; Central Street; Cyrus 
Street; Kimball Avenue; Perham Street; Traverse Street; White Circle; Bartley 
Street; Clarina Street; Oakland Road; South Street East; Stedman Street; Sylvan 
Avenue; and Woodland Road. 

All permanent patching of water and sewer trenches is the responsibility of 
the Highway Division and this year we completed all 1974 trenches; also 85% of 
1975 trenches. The remainder of 1975 will be completed as soon as possible in the 
Spring of 1976. 

Sidewalk Maintenance 

3,878 lineal feet of concrete and bituminous concrete sidewalks, averaging six 
feet in width was removed and replaced this year on the following streets: Salem 
Street; Richardson Avenue; Cedar Court; Emerson Street; Park Avenue; West 
Water Street; Charles Street; Foster Lane; Paon Boulevard; Lincoln Street; 
Wolcott Street; Cutter Street; Willow Street; Armory Street; Water Street and 
Murray Street. 

Drain Maintenance 

Manholes, catchbasins and drainpipes were repaired or replaced as required. 
Repaired were as follows: Chestnut Street two catchbasins; North Avenue five 
catchbasins; Main Street two manholes and four catchbasins; Aldrich Road one 
catchbasin; Vernon Street two catchbasins; Heritage Lane two catchbasins; 
Farm Street one catchbasin; Yeuell School one catchbasin. Also approximately 
3,200 lineal feet of open brooks were cleaned by hand of debris. More will be 
cleaned through the winter months, weather permitting. Approximately 99% of 
all manholes and catchbasins were cleaned this year; numerous catchbasins in low 
areas were cleaned twice. 

New Drainage 

Installed new catchbasin at intersection of Mt. Pleasant and Nahant Street 
— 180 feet 12" R.C. pipe to correct a severe icing problem; intersection of Vernon 
Street and Wayland Road catchbasin and 28 feet of 8" cast iron pipe; Greenwood 
Street from an existing catchbasin near 152 Greenwood Street to open Brook — 
100 feet A.C.C.M. pipe 12"; at the intersection of Mitchell Lane and Eunice Circle 
a new catchbasin was installed on Mitchell Lane to a manhole on Eunice Circle, 26 
feet of 12" R. C. pipe. 

Drain Construction 

The following work was completed by J. Cardillo & Son, Contractors under 
Town Supervision: Spring Street Extension; Renwick Road and Humphrey 
Street: From a constructed ditch 200 feet along the Boston & Maine Railroad to 
near #10 Spring Street Extension, thence from a head wall with 24" R.C. pipe near 
#10 Spring Street Extension, thence across the Boston & Maine Railroad 
property to a manhole on Renwick Road; thence along Renwick Road to the in- 
tersection of Renwick Road and Humphrey Street - 254 feet of 24" R.C. pipe, 605 
feet of 15" R.C. pipe, and 481 feet of 12" R.C. pipe - 7 manholes, 7 catchbasins. 



54 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Pine Ridge Road to Renwick Road: From an existing catchbasin near #58 Ren- 
wick Road across Renwick Road to two catchbasins on Pine Ridge Road - 62 feet 
of 12" R.C. pipe, 2 catchbasins. Forest Street: From a constucted open ditch 60 
feet to a headwall, thence 12" R.C. pipe along the side of the Boston & Maine 
Railroad property to two catchbasins on Forest Street - 100 feet of 12" R.C. pipe, 
2 catchbasins. 

J.J. O'Brien & Sons Inc., Contractors: Old Nahant Road from an existing 
ditch near Old Nahant Road and Oak Street to a manhole in front of #28 Old 
Nahant Road - 103 feet of 24" A.C. pipe, one manhole. 

In closing my report, I would like to thank all Public Works employees, all 
Division heads and our office staff for their cooperation and assistance 
throughout the year of 1975. 

Respectfully submitted 

GLEN H. MELTON, Acting Highway Division Supervisor 
For William E. Curran, Highway Division Supervisor 



EDUCATION 




Report of 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

School Superintendent 

LUCIUS BEEBE MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

Library Trustees 
Library Director 



56 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Report of School Committee 



Reorganization — 1975 



Mr. Anthony J. Pietrafitta, Jr., Chairman 

40 Converse Street 

Mr. William F. Kenney, Secretary 
6 Curve Street 

Mr. John B. Enearnacao 
15 Walton Street 

Mr. Robert A. Morley 

41 Park Avenue 

Mr. Alfred A. Palmerino 

42 Eustis Avenue 

Mr. Louis R. Sardella 
8 Kennedy Circle 

Mr. J. Edward Surette, Jr. 
8 Indian Lane 

Mr. Donald L. Winsor 
23 Parker Road 

Mr. Richard A. Wood 
3 Richardson Street 



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REPORT OF THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

The election of 1975 brought two new members to the School Committee, Mr. 
Donald L. Winsor and Mr. Richard A. Wood. Reelected was Mr. William F. 
Kenney. The community involvement and experience of each of these individuals 
have provided a balance that has been of much value to the Committee. 

I would like to recognize Albert J. Turco, Esq. and Mr. F. Leo Delory, 
neither of whom sought reelection to the Committee, for their years of selfless and 
untiring devotion to the entire Committee. 

At the Organizational Meeting in March, Mr. Anthony J. Pietrafitta, Jr. 
was elected Chairman and Mr. William F. Kenney was elected Secretary of the 
School Committee. 

The appointment of Mr. Lucian J. Colucci as Superintendent of Schools was 
made in October, 1975, after lengthy evaluation of several candidates from across 
the country. Mr. Colucci, the former Assistant Superintendent, has served over 
thirty -five years in the Wakefield School System and his accession to the 
Superintendency insures a high degree of continuity in the administration of the 
School Department. As this report is written, Mr. John Sardella continues to 
serve as Acting Assistant Superintendent of Schools pending the appointment of 
an Assistant Superintendent, a task to which the Committee has directed itself. 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 57 



The Committee continued to support the requirements of Special Education 
with the creation of new positions for reading specialists, learning disabilities 
specialists and an additional school psychologist. Health services and outside 
tuition have required additional financial support. 

The Committee has encouraged and monitored improved educational 
programs. Implementation of new science curriculum in grades seven, eight and 
nine were authorized, as was a summer workshop to permit professional staff to 
develop appropriate syllabi. Also authorized was a curriculum to phase in the 
Metric System. 

The last few years have witnessed a significant decline in the birth rate. The 
Committee has recognized the changing demographics and has directed the 
School Department, with the complete involvement of the School Building Needs 
Survey Committee, to develop long-range educational plans which address the 
issues created by declining school enrollments. This type of planning will enable 
us to prepare for the future and insure the most effective use of resources available 
to the School Department. 

During the year, the Committee has enlisted the efforts of civic-minded 
citizens by inviting their service on ad hoc committees to which they have been 
assigned a specific project. Projects with which they have dealt ranged from the 
elementary school lunch program to the structure of our public school system. I 
wish to thank all of those citizens who gave of their time in the interests of fur- 
thering education. A sub -committee of the School Committee is deeply ap- 
preciative of the many years of dedicated service, and extends its best wishes on 
the retirement of: 

Mrs. M. Suzanne Andrews — Doyle School 

Mrs. Marjorie F. Boyd — Warren School 

Miss Katharine Nichols — High School 

Miss Zelda MacKenzie — High School 

Mr. James Walsh — High School 

Mrs. Geraldine Mills — High School Clerk 

Mr. Clarence W. Meuse — Bus Driver 

Mr. Vito Perna — Greenwood School Custodian 

The School Committee notes with sadness the passing of Mr. Charles 
DiFederico, Custodian at the Franklin School. 

The Chairman wishes to express his thanks to each member of the Committee 
for his support and cooperation during a period of greatly expanded respon- 
sibilities. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ANTHONY J. PIETRAFITTA, JR 

Chairman 

REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 
TO THE WAKEFIELD SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Submitted herewith is the Annual Report of the Superintendent of Schools 
for the Town of Wakeifield. 



58 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



The 1975 graduates of Wakefield High School left school in June with a 
variety of educational and career objectives. The following data is a summary of 
the class disposition by percentages as compared to the state: 





State 


Wakefield 


State College (4 year) 


13.58 


18.88 


Independent College (4 year) 


18.46 


14.91 


Community College (2 year) 


10.43 


6.52 


Independent Jr. College (2 year) 


4.26 


1.39 


Nurses Training 


1.96 


3.03 


Other Post Secondary 


6.40 


8.39 


Military 


2.91 


.7 


Work 


32.62 


37.81 


Other 


9.37 


8.37 



Wakefield High School had four semifinalists in the National Merit Com- 
petition: Jean Baglione, Lawrence Elliott, Steven Falabella and Thomas Russo. 
National Merit commended students were: Alan S. C apian, Susan N. Foster, 
Philip F. McCarty, Charles Stohl and Joseph A. Trotta. 

Many changes have been initiated at the High School. 

In Industrial Arts, a career -oriented course concentrating on teaching basic 
skills in home construction and maintenance was introduced. 

In Science, a new ninth grade Science Program was developed. Entering 
freshmen now can be accelerated into College Preparatory Biology (BSCS), and 
can become involved in Science Advance Placement. 

At the Junior High School, a middle level General Science curriculum was 
developed by the staff. 

Both the programs at the junior and senior high levels will be evaluated 
before the conclusion of the 1975—1976 school year. 

In the English Department, at the senior high school level a Junior Elective 
Program was initiated. 

There were significant curriculum additions in Home Economics, 
namely; Homecrafts II, Specialty Foods, Bachelor Living, and a Child 
Development Program. 

A Federal Grant in the sum of $12,186. for a Comprehensive Home-making 
Program was awarded to this department. 

Revised course outlines and tests were provided in the following areas of the 
Mathematics Department: 1. Consumer Mathematics. 2. Grade 7 and 8 
Mathematics. 3. Senior Mathematics. 4. Intermediate Algebra. 
5. Geometry. 

Wakefield Junior High School continues to focus on the basic communication 
and mathematical skills started in the lower grades. The seventh and eighth 
grades provide a large group of subjects for students to explore so that they can 
make personal decisions regarding their high school program of studies. Beyond 
the regular cirriculum, teachers have volunteered to teach over forty minicourses. 



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59 



The Metropolitan Achievement Tests were taken in the spring of 1975, with 
the following results expressed in grade level averages: 



Grade 7 



Grade 8 



Reading 

8.0 


Spelling 

8.1 


Arith. 
Computation 

7.7 


Arith. 
Concepts 

7.5 


Arithmetic 
Problem Solving 




English 
Language 






8.1 




8.7 




Reading 
9.3 


Spelling 

9.1 


Arith. 
Computation 

8.5 


Arith. 
Concepts 

8.5 


Arith. 
Problem Solving 

8.8 


English 
Language 

9.8 



The sixth grade Atwell School has been functioning for a full year. The 
construction of the building has allowed the staff to make the most of different 
educational techniques. The excellent library allows instruction in library skills 
and has good resources for practicing research skills. 

As reading is basic to all school work, a major emphasis has been on 
developing and improving reading skills. 

The sixth grade results of the Iowa Test of Basic Skills as taken in the spring 
of 1975, are expressed in average student scores as follows: 



Grade 
Level 

Grade 
Level 

Grade 
Level 



Vocabulary 


Reading 


Spelling 


7.04 


7.12 


7.53 


Capitalization 


Punctuation 


Usage 


7.18 


7.28 


7.19 


Total Language 




Total Math. 


7.29 




7.2 



The Holt Databank Social Studies Program has been extended into many of 
the elementary schools. 

The Science Curriculum Improvement Study Program was first introduced 
on a pilot basis in 1972. It has been expanded to all grades three through six, and 
also included the Life Science segment in grade two. 

Wakefield has completed the third year of Individualized Mathematics 
System. The Greenwood, Walton, Warren, Montrose and Franklin Schools and 
the Sixth Grade Complex have been in the pilot program. Evaluation of the 
program has supported the extension into the Hurd and West Ward Schools. 

These three curriculum areas are currently under intensive review by the 
staff and the administration. 



60 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Wakefield's Kindergarten Program is now well established as an integral 
part of our total elementary school offering. The efforts of our Kindergarten 
Planning Committee proved to be effective in providing Wakefield with a well 
designed Early Childhood Program. 

The Fountain Valley Teacher Support System in Reading is being used as a 
pilot program in the Dolbeare, Lincoln and Woodville Schools. 

This approach delineates an organized program of instruction for each child 
in the areas of phonetic analysis, structural analysis, vocabulary, comprehension 
and study skills. 

The past year much time has been spent in observance of the Bicentennial of 
the United States. Individual schools have coordinated the Social Studies, 
Language Arts, Music and Art Studies to develop historical programs. 

The results of these efforts will be to impart a keener knowledge and ap- 
preciation of the history of Wakefield and our country, as well as to install a 
greater awareness of civic responsibility and pride in the children for their im- 
mediate environment and America. 

Fourteen Junior High School vocalists and instrumentalists were selected to 
perform at the Northeastern Junior District Concert held in Beverly on March 15, 
1975. 

The High School Music Department hosted an exchange concert program 
with the East Longmeadow High School Band and the Salem High School Or- 
chestra. The Madrigal Singers, Wakefield High School's vocal ensemble, per- 
formed at no less than ten community events as well as offering concerts in neigh- 
boring cities and towns. 

The Department of Physical Education and Athletics at the Wakefield High 
School is enjoying its new facilities at Farm Street. All areas are in full usage. 
Programs are varied and diversified. 

Each elementary school district now has its own professional physical 
education instructor, responsible for those neighborhood schools in that locale. 
This addition is a continuing step in updating vital programs of our school 
system. 

Chapter 766 continues to have a financial, educational and sociological 
impact. Redistribution of children from self-contained programs in keeping with 
the goal of mainstreaming were implemented. Although declining enrollments are 
occurring within the schools, the children with special needs enrollments continue 
to grow steadily. 

A pre-school screening program for children, ages 3 - 5 was conducted for the 
first time; some 502 children received these services. 

The annual painting program this year included the exterior of the Montrose, 
Woodville and Franklin Schools and the Junior High School on Main Street. 
Through the cooperation of the CETA Program, the interior of the Woodville 
School was painted this summer. 

The fire escape at the Greenwood School was repaired and repainted. The 
teachers' parking area was graded and bituminous paving was installed. 



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All of the boilers and oil burners have been inspected and repairs made where 
necessary. 

New stage curtains were installed at the Junior High School and at the Hurd 
School. 

To insure the safety of the children playing at the Dolbeare School, a chain 
link fence has been erected on the Lowell Street side of the school. 

LUCIAN J. COLUCCI 
Superintendent of Schools 

1975 

FINANCIAL REPORT 

WAKEFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOL 



Total Elementary 



Jr. High High 



Administration 

School Committee 
Salary — Clerk $ 
Other Expense 

Superintendent's Office 

Salaries 
Other Expense 

Instruction 

Supervisors 
Salaries 
Other Expense 

Principals 
Salaries 
Other Expense 

Teaching 

Salaries 2 

Other Expense 

Textbooks 

Library Services 
Salaries 
Other Expense 

Audio Visual 

Guidance Services 
Salaries 
Other Expense 

Psychological Svcs. 
Salaries 
Other Expense 

Other School Services 

Attendance 
Salary 
Other Expense 



1,954, 
16,229, 

178,914, 
10,126, 



113,761 
2,257 

353,990 
16,620, 

,932,395 

172,695, 

92,385, 

77,951, 
16,704. 

6,313, 

254,814, 
8,408, 

17,575, 
924, 



10,593, 
191, 



32 
54 

29 
19 



95 
31 

80 
09 

92 
50 

59 

41 
45 

92 

38 
84 

24 
98 



15 
51 



50,569.31 
830.26 

157,906.38 
4,109.03 

,705,383.32 
50,467.59 
62,706.93 

35,441.93 
12,597.32 

2,787.06 

40,909.08 
3,957.93 

8,787.62 
453.61 



25,795.37 
711.05 

47,693.87 
2,424.42 



37,397.27 
716.00 

148,390.55 
10,086.64 



694,494.29 1,532,518.31 
23,818.38 98,409.53 

9,373.27 20,305.39 



17,891.01 
1,238.55 

789.31 

73,004.66 
2,486.64 

4,393.81 
184.80 



24,618.47 
2,868.58 

2,737.55 

140,900.64 
1,964.27 

4,393.81 
286.57 



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TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Health 










Salaries 


49,020.40 








Other Expense 


3,032.94 








Pupil Transportation 










Salaries 


33,632.77 








Other Expense 


164,474.85 








Food Services 










Salaries 


25,707.00 








Operation and Maintenance 








Operation of Plant 










Custodial Services 










Salaries 


351,663.54 


160,162.29 


114,194.10 


77,307.15 


Other Expense 


78,841.31 


13,780.09 


11,990.33 


53,070.89 


Heating of Buildings 


127,109.93 


48,557.24 


33,177.17 


45,375.52 


Utility Services 


143,107.86 


29,542.45 


30,813.13 


82,752.28 


Maintenance of Plant 










Salaries 


65,974.14 








Grounds 


3,638.32 








Other Expense 


57,601.37 


39,812.67 


7,935.14 


9,853.56 


Maintenance of Equip- 










ment 


19,911.23 


5,435.31 


4,588.37 


9,887.55 


Fixed Charges 


5,035.00 








Tuition 


40,483.60 








Trade Schools 


7,579.11 








Out of State Travel 


3,451.27 








Adult Education 


8,597.00 








Capital Outlay 


8,786.98 








Summer Schools 










Salaries 


27,340.16 


14,353.00 


7,727.00 


5,260.16 


TOTALS $6,509,798.16 $2,448,550.42 


$1,114,724.67 $2,309,100.69 




PUBLIC LAW 874 








Revolving Fund 






Balance June 30, 1974 






$94,265.01 




Receipts July 1, 1974 — 


June 30, 1975 




42,802.00 








$137,067.01 


Expenditures July 1, 1974 — June 30, 


1975 




45,524.53 



Balance on Hand June 30, 1975 

PUBLIC LAW 85-864 III 

Revolving Fund 

Balance June 30, 1974 

Receipts July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1975 



$ 91,542.48 



$ 6,520.46 
1,013.16 



$ 7,533.62 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 61b 

Expenditures July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1975 

Balance on Hand June 30 , 1975 $ 7 , 533 . 62 

PUBLIC LAW 89313 Title VI 

Balance July 1, 1974 $ 51.51 

Receipts July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1974 — 



$ 51.51 
Expenditures July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1975 

Balance on Hand June 30, 1975 $ 51.51 

PUBLIC LAW 92-318 [P.L. 90-576 Home Economics] 

Revolving Fund 

Balance July 1, 1974 $ 117.71 

Receipts July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1975 — 



$ 117.71 
Expenditures July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1975 107.13 

Balance on Hand June 30 , 1975 $ 10 .58 

PUBLIC LAW 92-318 Comprehensive Home Economics 

Balance July 1, 1974 $ 

Receipts July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1975 12,186.00 



$ 12,186.00 
Expenditures July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1975 7,889.93 

Balance on Hand June 30, 1975 $ 4,296.07 

PUBLIC LAW 92-318— Construction Part B 

Balance July 1, 1974 $66,670.00 

Receipts July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1975 50,630.00 



$117,300.00 
Expenditures July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1975 69,899.02 

Balance on Hand June 30, 1975 $ 47,400.98 

PUBLIC LAW 89-10 Title I School Year 

Balance July 1,1974 $1,449.28 
Receipts July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1975 



$ 1,449.28 
Expenditures July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1975 1,449.28 

Balance on Hand June 30, 1975 $ 



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PUBLIC LAW 89-10 Title I Summer 

Balance July 1, 1974 $28,444.63 
Receipts July 1, 1974 - June 30, 1975 



$ 28,444.63 
Expenditures July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1975 28,444.63 

Balance on Hand June 30, 1975 $ 

PUBLIC LAW 89-10 Title I School Year 

Balance July 1, 1974 $ 

Receipts July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1975 17,483.50 



$ 17,483.50 
Expenditures July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1975 17,350.88 

Balance on Hand June 30, 1975 $ 132.62 



PUBLIC LAW 89-10 Title II 

Balance July 1, 1974 $ 

Receipts July 1 , 1974 — June 30 ,1975 1 13 . 72 



$ 113.72 
Expenditures July 1, 1974 - June 30, 1975 113.68 

Balance on Hand June 30, 1975 $ .04 



PUBLIC LAW 89-10 Title II 

Balance July 1, 1974 $7,074.67 
Receipts July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1975 



$ 7,074.67 
Expenditures July 1, 1974 - June 30, 1975 7,074.30 

Balance on Hand June 30, 1975 $ .37 



Adult Education Registration Fees 

Balance July 1, 1974 $7,934.76 

Receipts July 1, 1974 - June 30, 1975 5,611.50 



$ 13,546.26 
Expenditures July 1, 1974 - June 30, 1975 4,948.34 

Balance on Hand June 30, 1975 $ 8,597.92 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 61d 



METCO PROGRAM 

Balance July 1, 1974 $14,558.78 

Receipts July 1 , 1974 — June 30, 1975 27,045.00 



$ 41,603.78 
Expenditures July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1975 39,522.10 



Balance on Hand June 30 , 1975 $ 2 ,08 1 . 68 

LAND TAKING BENNETT STREET 

Balance July 1, 1974 $ 800.00 
Receipts July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1975 



Expenditures July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1975 



$ 800.00 



Balance on Hand June 30 , 1975 $ 800 .00 

REVENUES 
July 1, 1974 — June 30, 1975 

School Aid Chapter 70 $ 786,853.32 

Vocational Education Chapter 74 

General Maintenance, Tuition and Transportation 150,710.00 

National Defense Education Title III 1,013. 16 

School Building Assistance PN 1808 316,333 .33 

School Building Assistance PN 1752 592,436.35 

School Building Assistance PN 877 37,914.65 

School Building Assistance PN 677 2,085 .01 

Public Law 89-10 Title I 17,483.50 

Bureau of Library Extension Title II 113.72 

Public Law 874 42,802.00 

Metco Program 27 ,045 .00 

Special Education 199,632.00 

Special Education Tuitioned-in Students 6,620. 17 

Child Guardianship 22 , 790 . 18 

Transportation Chapter 71 122 ,873 . 74 

Adult Education Registration Fees 5 , 6 1 1 . 50 

Education State and Federal Assistance (Regional) 73 ,4 13 .22 

Public Law 92-318 50,630.00 

Learning Lab Bus 14,000.00 

Chapter 766 48,926.00 

Summer School Tuitions 8,985 .06 

Public Law 92-318 Home Ec 12, 186.00 

Woodworking 167.07 

Miscellaneous 1,013.54 



$2,541,638.52 



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TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



AGE AND GRADE CHART 
October 1, 1975 



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29 


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1 


1 


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1 


2 

1 


2 
1 


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4 


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2 


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31 
11 


Klad. 


B 27 

79 


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132 


20 
12 


































199 
173 


1 




20 
28 


140 

121 


39 
13 


1 






1 
























200 
143 


2 






11 

76 


131 
123 


44 
17 


1 




1 
























187 
147 


3 








13 
27 


129 
112 


34 
14 


1 


























177 
153 


4 










20 
23 


137 
130. 


38 
23 


I 
























195 
It? 


3 












14 
23 


157 
128 


49 

19 
























220 
170 


6 














1 


117 
13ft 


87 
ftO 


8 




















213 
204 


7 
















2 


125 
167 


74 
60 


7 
2 


















208 


8 




















141 
149 


98 
81 


5 

1 
















244 
M3 


9 




















40 
47 


146 
18ft 


28 
72 


5 














217 
244 


10 






















30 
38 


L52 

lift 


31 
21, 


4 
1 


3 
2 


1 




l 




222 
221 


11 
























41 
ft 


L30 


28 

17 


I 


1 


1 






201 


12 


























"37 


144 
13} 


43 


1 


1 




I 


ill 

228 


JB8 


.A 








































TOTAL 
BOYS 


27 


172 


171 


J83 


1?? 


187 


198 


170 


214 


268 


293 


239 


293 


178 


46 


3 


2 


1 




2742 


GIRLS 


?? 


Iftf 


160 


164 


1*7 


lflfi isi 


169 r>9ft I?ft3 


in 


9A1 


?A?' ,, '* , " ' 




1 




9HAO 


ffft* 


Si . 


333 


331 


347 


347 


173 


J49_ 


Mi L\42 Lpl 


CM 


473 


Mi 


331 


ftfl 


3 


2 


1 


1 


5311 



CENSUS REPORT 
October 1, 1975 



SCHOOLS 


Under 
B 


5 
G 


5 ■ 
B 


- 7 
G 


7 - 
B 


14 
G 


14 
B 


- 16 
G 


Over 
B 


16 
G 


Total 
B G 


GRAND 
TOTAL 


Public 


27 


29 


344 


320 


1415 


1308 


523 


554 


433 


438 


2742 


2649 


5391 


Nurseries and 
Kindergartens 


139 


98 


















139 


98 


237 


Institutions 


1 








2 


2 




1 


5 


3 


8 


6 


14 


St. Joseph's 






30 


41 


49 


50 










79 


91 


170 


Hasareth Ac&deay 












1 




11 




10 




22 


22 


Private Schools 


1 


1 


1 




29 


19 


37 


3 


18 


10 


86 


33 


119 


Trade Schools 










12 




44 


6 


48 


24 


104 


30 


134 


Hone Students 










3 


1 


1 






2 


4 


3 


7 


TOTAL 


168 


128 


375 


361 


1510 


1381 


605 


575 


504 


487 


3162 


2932 


6094 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 63 



Report of Library Trustees 

120th ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

LUCIUS BEEBE MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

Wakefield, Massachusetts 

1975 

TRUSTEES OF THE 
LUCIUS BEEBE MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

Mrs. Webster P. Jackson, Chairman 

John M. Landers, Vice Chairman 

Mrs. Charles Finlay, Secretary 

Mrs. George E. Koulouris John B. Shevlin 

James J. Curley * Walter A. Howlett 

Thomas M. Hourihan Albert L. Burbine, Jr. 

Derek D. Ober 

DIRECTOR 
Margo C. Trumpeter 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR 
Mary Ellen Donahue 

ADULT SERVICES LIBRARIAN 
Judith Czimbal 

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN 
Maureen Nevin 

CATALOGUER 
Blanche Butler 

YOUTH LIBRARIAN 
Ruth Wrigley 

CHILDREN'S LIBRARIAN 
Isabel Wilber 

GREENWOOD LIBRARIAN 
Carol Kiley 

MONTROSE LIBRARIAN 
Beatrice Wheeler 

CIRCULATION SUPERVISOR 
Mae Keenan 

SENIOR CLERK 
M. Catherine Henderson 



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SENIOR LIBRARY ASSISTANTS 



Susan Sardella 
Edward W. Hanson * 
Selma Touber * 



Marguerite Bianco 

Mary Katherine LeRoy 

Suzanne MacLeod 



Lois Lee 



Brian Boutilier 
Connie A. White 



JUNIOR LIBRARY ASSISTANTS 



PART-TIME ASSISTANTS 



Patricia Beitel 



Virginia Coogan 
Janice Shaw 



Doris Gallant 

SENIOR BUILDING CUSTODIAN 
CarlH. Brown, Jr. 

PART-TIME CUSTODIAL ASSISTANTS 
Theodore L. Roache, Jr. Bradford Foss * 



Robert Callan 



May Belle Brown 



MATRONS 
Joan Smith 



Mark Sardella 



Mary M. Partridge 



♦Resigned 



REPORT OF THE LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES— 1975 

One of the major responsibilities of the Trustees of the Lucius Beebe 
Memorial Library is the innovation and approval of policies that affect the welfare 
of the library. In 1975 the Board approved policies on reference procedures, 
materials selection, use of the meeting rooms, and overdues and fines. Fines were 
re-established after an experimental no -fines year. 

An article in the Special Town Meeting Warrant to purchase a microfilm 
camera and a reader /printer was sponsored by the Trustees. The need for this 
specialized equipment had been of major concern to the Trustees for many years. 
The patron's use of the rare book collection had been curtailed because of the 
fragile condition of the books. All materials in the genealogical collection had to 
be used in the library. This restriction presented some problems to patrons who 
did not have time to copy the materials they needed. 

The acquisition of the microfilming equipment to reproduce the rare book 
collection will not only preserve this material, but make it more readily available 
to interested patrons. We were fortunate in securing the services of a CETA 
worker to do the filming. The equipment will be available to any of the town 
departments who wish to use it. 

The establishment of a Friends of the Library group demonstrated the 
community's active interest in the library. The group conducted a successful book 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 65 



sale in the Spring and an open house at Montrose Branch in December. They are 
currently selling postal cards of the Paul Revere bell, sewing carrying cases for 
the circulating art collection, and assembling historical photographs of Wakefield 
in an album for permanent display in the library . 

Mrs. Ethel Koulouris did the research necessary for establishing the Friends 
of the Library and serves as liaison to this group. The purpose of this group is "to 
stimulate the interest of the community in the needs and services of the library 
and to enrich the cultural life of the community. " 

When the new Board organized in March, Mrs. Virginia Jackson was elected 
Chairman, Mr. John Landers Vice-chairman, and Mrs. Ruth Finlay Secretary. 
Mr. Thomas Hourihan was welcomed as a new member of the Board. 

In November, the resignation of Mr. James Curley was accepted with deep 
regret. Mr. Curley moved to Reading. We are grateful to him for his service to the 
library. 

Early in December at a joint meeting of the Trustees and the Board of 
Selectmen, Mr. Derek Ober was appointed to the Board of Trustees. Mr. Ober's 
professional experience in banking will be of great value to the Board. 

Each year some of the trustees attend the annual meeting of the 
Massachusetts Library Trustee's Association. This all-day meeting gives the 
trustees an opportunity to attend workshops, listen to excellent speakers, and to 
become acquainted with legislation that affects libraries. It is gratifying to 
discover that the programs offered by the Lucius Beebe Memorial Library 
compare favorably with other libraries of the same size. 

We wish to thank Ms. Trumpeter and the staff for their efforts in making our 
library such a vital part of the community. The residents of Wakefield can be 
justifiably proud of their public library. 

Respectfully submitted, 

RUTH FINLAY, Secretary 



REPORT OF THE LIBRARY DIRECTOR — 1975 

Building 

Calendar year 1975 has been the "year of the building." Renovations, repairs 
and maintenance of the three buildings have taken much time, attention and 
money — most of which was possible only because of CETA. 

CETA crews of painters, laborers, carpenters, electricians, and masons have 
done everything from patching and painting walls, to dismantling a heat ex- 
changer, building storage shelves, installing smoke detectors, and repointing 
steps and roof parapet. 

The Montrose Branch has undergone extensive renovation. There is a new 
floor, new front doors flanked by lanterns, and gold lettering identifying the 
building. Landscaping has been done and fencing installed. The back rooms have 
been patched and painted, shelving units built and lighting improved. The wiring 
throughout the building was checked and additional wiring installed. 



66 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



The extensive heating renovations and repairs in the Main library building 
have been accomplished. The rugs were cleaned, the reading room lights were 
changed, insulated glass was installed in the catalog room, repairs have been 
made to the roof, and landscaping has been designed and carried out on the Avon 
Street side of the building by Bob Belanger and his crew. 

Collection 

Any collection of items is of questionable value unless it is organized in a 
manner that makes it accessible to its users. A collection of maps existed, but 
with no access roads to it. A method for organizing the maps was devised this 
year and the collection is growing. Most of the maps circulate for a period of one 
week. Included are road maps of Mexico (in Spanish), of Canada, of the United 
States and Michelin road maps of sections of Europe. There are historical maps, 
including a large wall map of this country in 1776, some maps of Wakefield which 
are in a fragile condition, and an extensive collection of National Geographic 
maps. There are two more large wall maps — an aerial view of Wakefield and an 
index of Greater Boston and vicinity which are hanging and always available for 
perusal. 

There was a conscious emphasis on up-dating our business collection this 
year. Most of the additions were annotated and published in the Daily Item. The 
Wakefield Authors collection continues to grow. Ms. MacLeod has written a 
reference source detailing the bibliographies of Wakefield's authors and sketching 
the lives of those who have published books. 

With the bi-centennial came an interest in the historical pictures and clip- 
pings of Wakefield and the library. We gathered all the visual data we could find 
in the building and divided what we found into two groups. The identified clip- 
pings and postal cards have been entered into a scrap book. The unidentified 
photographs have been turned over to the Friends of the Library who are 
organizing them, identifying them, supplementing them with photos from other 
sources and placing them all into a handsome scrapbook which will be on display 
in the building. 

A number of new prints have been added to the collection of framed prints 
which now circulate for a period of two months. We have a first come, first served 
policy on the loan of these prints. We are beginning to add tape cassettes to the 
collection. They were first purchased by the children's librarian in a book and 
cassette package. Cassettes are being bought for the adult patrons when the 
medium of tape suits its message. 

Of equal importance with the building of a collection is the culling of that 
collection. The process of re-evaluating the worn, out of date, little-used volumes 
is a continuous one which reduces holdings, but increases the accessibility of what 
there is. 

Services 

Ninth graders have joined the rest of the high school students in the adult 
section of the library. They are being served by the adult reference librarian, while 
the 6th, 7th, and 8th graders are being served in the youth room by the youth 
librarian. 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 67 



A correlation between the inflationary economy and the increased use of the 
public library has been noticed in Wakefield, as well as in other cities across the 
country. There have been many more people spending time in the building. Jig 
saw puzzles have been provided for patrons to work in the building. A coupon 
exchange and a pattern exchange have both been very popular. Film series have 
continued to be well attended, both feature films in the summer and travel films in 
the winter. 

Community Relations 

The library is a community center. The meeting rooms have been used 
this year by: North Shore Genealogical Society, Massachusetts Society of 
Genealogists, sub -committees of the Cable Television Advisory Committee to the 
Selectmen, Common Cause, Republican Town Committee, Democratic Town 
Committee, International Meditation Society, Friends of the Library, Ekankar, 
Council on Aging, American Association of University Women, and groups of 
librarians such as Roundtable of Children's Book Reviewers, library Assistant 
Directors, Greater Boston Public Library Administrators, and Co-operating 
Librarians. 

The following artists exhibited their work in Tall Hall during the year: - 
Costas Lathuras, Janet Hobbs, Robert Gallant, Kevin Flynn, Mary Economou, 
Bill Velmure, Karen Velmure, and Holly Healey. The Historical Society started a 
program of displaying articles of historical interest from its storehouse of im- 
plements. A collection of paintings of Wakefield by Franklin Poole, antiques with 
a bi-centennial theme, an antique sled, a Cyrus Wakefield rattan baby carriage, 
and utensils used to "get ready for Thanksgiving in the 1830 's" have been at- 
tractively displayed throughout the year. 

The interest shown by the banks and businesses in town indicate their 
support of the library's activities. Our book marks are supplied by the Co- 
operative Bank, plastic book bags are given to us by the Wakefield Savings 
Bank, and the Shawmut supplies the envelopes for our borrowers' cards. A sixty 
second spot about the library in relation to the history of the town was written 
and broadcast by WEZE. The Shawmut sponsored that radio announcement. The 
Chamber of Commerce held a career day at the high school and arranged for the 
Wakefield Rotary Club to sponsor the library's booth. McDonald's cooperated 
with us during National Library Week in April by supplying us with coupons for 
free hamburgers and french fries. These were distributed to children who checked 
out books during that week. 

Both the circulation of materials and the in -house use of the library have 
increased this year. Conscious efforts to listen to patrons have been made. A 
suggestion box is available for comments by patrons. Each suggestion is carefully 
considered and a response made to those who sign their names and addresses. 
Purchase Request forms are available at the circulation desk and each request is 
assessed with the materials selection policy in mind. 

Staff members of the library are available for speaking and book reviewing 
engagements. The Kosmos Club, the Sisterhood of Temple Emmanuel, and the 
Rosewood Circle of the First Congregational Church have taken advantage of this 
service. 

We are making efforts to inform the townspeople about library activities as 
well as to listen to their suggestions. Quarterly calendars are being printed to tell 



68 



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of our programs and services. A monthly column called Beebe Byline is appearing 
in the Daily Item. These articles are designed to be in-depth descriptions of the 
library's services, collections, employees, and trustees. For the first time in the 
library's history a brochure of services has been published for distribution to the 
public. 

The Board of Library Trustees continues to represent the public interest in 
the library. They have not wavered in giving the library staff the support needed 
to effectively serve the Town of Wakefield. For their interest and the time they 
have taken to discuss problems and plans with me, I thank them. 



Respectfully submitted, 



MARGO C. TRUMPETER, 
Director 



Main 

Adult 
Youth 
Children 



TOTAL 



CIRCULATION STATISTICS — 1975 
Periodicals Non- Fiction Fiction 



8,262 
686 
839 



39,996 
6,442 
7,950 



42,254 

3,521 

17,758 



1,847 2,977 6,621 

Grand Total of all circulation: 152,994 
Circulation 



Books and periodicals 

Recordings 

Pictures 

Films 

Framed Prints 

Books loaned to other libraries 



152,994 

5,252 

4,374 

51 

117 

35 



Total 



90,512 
10,649 
26,547 



TOTAL 


9,787 


54,388 


63,533 


127,708 


Greenwood 










Adult 


1,267 


1,403 


2,893 


5,563 


Youth 


1 


639 


512 


1,152 


Children 


194 


1,948 


4,984 


7,126 


TOTAL 


1,462 


3,990 


8,389 


13,841 


Montrose 










Adult 


1,753 


1,575 


3,621 


6,949 


Youth 


3 


412 


336 


751 


Children 


91 


990 


2,664 


3,745 



11,445 



Total Circulation for Year 1975 - 162,823 



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69 



General 

Reference Department use 
Recorded reference questions 
Books borrowed from other libraries 
Films borrowed for library use 

Library Resources 



10,559 

2,810 

142 

136 



Gifts total 324 

Volumes added 1975 6,910 

Volumes discarded 1975 6,710 

Total volumes December 3 1 , 1975 9 1 , 778 

Periodicals purchased (no. of titles) 253 

Periodicals received as gifts 36 

Total periodical titles 289 

Recordings and cassettes added 1975 198 

Recordings and cassettes discarded 1975 27 
Total recordings and cassettes December 31, 1975 2,034 

Total mounted pictures December 3 1 , 1975 42 ,952 

Total pamphlets December 3 1 , 1975 7 ,392 

Total framed prints December 3 1 , 1975 42 

Total museum memberships December 3 1 , 1975 3 



Adult 
Main Library 
Greenwood 
Montrose 
Non-residents 

Children 
Main Library 
Greenwood 
Montrose 
Non-residents 



Registration Figures — 1975 

New 
Borrowers 



2,066 

121 

62 

710 



411 
65 
31 
22 



Active 
Borrowers 

7,846 
675 
248 
710 



1,524 

437 

305 

22 



TOTAL 



3,485 



11,767 




Public Service 

Report of 

MUNICIPAL LIGHT DEPARTMENT 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 71 



Report of the Municipal Light Board 

To the Citizens of the Town of Wakefield: 

We submit for your consideration the eighty-second annual report of the 
Municipal Light Board from July 1, 1974 to June 30, 1975. 

The net profit of the Department was $433,551.36 for the twelve month 
period. 

The balance in our Operating Fund was $10,067.23. 

The sum of $200,000.00 was paid to the Town to be used in computing the 
tax rate for Fiscal 1976. The total amount paid to the Town is $3,783,440.56. 

The Manager's report including financial statement for the year are included 
in the report. 

Respectfully submitted, 

EDWARD D. CONWAY, Chairman 
JOSEPH R. SARDELLA, Secretary 
PHILIP C. SICILIANO 

Due to recessionary period, sales of gas and electricity were less than the 
previous year. Our construction program was considerably reduced because of 
lack of growth and capital funds. 

As a result of supplier increases, it was necessary to increase both gas and 
electric rates during the fiscal year. 

In May, 1975, a decision of the Federal Power Commission in the Boston 
Edison rate case, ordered Edison to make refunds to wholesale customers. This 
will eventually result in refunds to our customers. 

As a member of the New England Power Pool and the Municipal Wholesale 
Electric Company, we continue to arrange the most economical future power 
supply for Wakefield. 

Sale of Gas and Electricity $5 ,470, 125 .91 

Cost of Gas and Electricity 3 ,588,369 . 14 

Gross Revenue $1,881,756.77 

Operating Expense 1,384,555.80 

Operating Revenue $ 497,200.97 

Other Revenue 8 , 7 18 . 65 

Total Gross Revenue $ 505,919.62 

Other Expense 72,368.26 

Net Income $ 433,551.36 

Paid to Town for Reduction of Real Estate Taxes $ 200,000.00 

Net $ 233,551.36 



72 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



MUNICIPAL LIGHT DEPARTMENT 


Balance Sheet 






June 30, 1975 






ASSETS 






Plant Investments: 






Gas Department (Schedule A) 


$ 


508,369.61 


Electric Department (Schedule B) 


2,548,859.14 


General Equipment (Schedule C) 




83,505.86 


Combination Gas and Electric Building 




15,778.06 


Office Building 




5,414.02 


Unfinished Construction 




78,250.15 


TOTAL 




$3,240,176.84 


Current Assets: 






Depreciation Fund 


$ 


119,974.98 


Operation Fund 




10,067.23 


Special Deposits 




67,860.53 


Special Deposits MMWEC 




677,063.85 


Imprest Fund 




300.00 


Change Fund 




200.00 


Fire Alarm Fund 




994.02 


Main Street -Salem Street Traffic Control Fund 


1,500.00 


Data Processing Contractual Service Account 


6,000.00 


Accounts Receivable 




579,040.21 


Materials and Supplies 




247,929.81 


TOTAL 




$1,710,930.63 


Prepaid Accounts 




82,101.97 


TOTAL ASSETS 


$5,033,209.44 







LIABILITIES AND SURPLUS 

Current Liabilities: 

Consumer Deposits $ 67,860.53 

Interest Accrued on Bonds 2 , 673 . 52 

Interest on Consumers Deposits (5,522.10) 



TOTAL $ 65,011.95 

Bonds 1,070,000.00 

Bonds -MMWEC 771,131.19 

Appropriation for Fire Alarm 994 .02 

Appropriation for Main Street-Salem Street Traffic Control 1,500.00 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



73 



Appropriated Surplus: 

Loans Repayment $ 743,300.00 

Appropriation for Construction Repayment 5 1 , 632 . 86 

TOTAL 

Surplus [Schedule D] 



TOTAL LIABILITIES AND SURPLUS 



$ 794,932.86 
$2,329,639.42 

$5,033,209.44 



MUNICIPAL LIGHT DEPARTMENT 

Statement of Income and Expense 
Period Ending June 30, 1975 

GAS DEPARTMENT 

Income from the Sale of Gas: 

Residence $ 298,101.79 

Heating 450,643.66 

Commercial 92 , 104 . 1 1 

Municipal 8,814.81 

Special Gas Charges 2,228.35 



TOTAL 


$ 


851,892.72 


Deduct -Operating Expenses: 






Gas Purchased 


$ 387,007.37 




Distribution 


231,270.86 




Commercial 


49,059.73 




New Business 


1,152.34 




General 


61,215.53 




Depreciation 


70,043.68 




TOTAL 


$ 


799,749.51 


Gross Operating Revenue 


$ 


52,143.21 


Add-Other Income: 






Jobbing 


499.39 




Income from Rents 


450.00 





TOTAL 
Gross Revenue 

Deduct-Other Expenses: 

Bad Debts 

TOTAL 

Net Profit to Surplus (Schedule D) 



6,675.05 



949.39 
$ 53,092.60 

$ 6,675.05 
$ 46,417.55 



74 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



MUNICIPAL LIGHT DEPARTMENT 

Statement of Income and Expense 
Period Ending June 30, 1975 



ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT 



Income From the Sale of Electricity: 

Residence 

Commercial 

Power 

Municipal Lighting 

Municipal Power 

Street Lighting 

Outdoor Private Lighting 

Electric Fuel Charge 



$1,391,256.25 

558,532.87 

1,440,271.36 

80,000.00 

37,559.87 

124,487.01 

24,206,00 

961,919.83 



TOTAL 




$4,618,233.19 


Deduct -Operating Expense: 








Electricity Purchased 


$3,201,361.77 




Distribution 




369,442.38 




Commercial 




110,411.99 




New Business 




2,994.22 




General 




169,391.12 




Depreciation 




319,573.95 




TOTAL 




$4,173,175.43 


Gross Operating Revenue 




$ 


445,057.76 


Add-Other Revenue: 








Jobbing 


$ 


2,132.78 




Income From Rents 




1,050.00 




Interest Dividend Income-MMWEC 




4,586.48 




TOTAL 




$ 


7,769.26 


Gross Revenue 




$ 


452,827.02 


Deduct-Other Expenses: 








Interest on Bonds 


$ 


53,386.03 




Bad Depts 




12,009.75 




Amortization Debt Discount -MM WE C 




297.43 





Total 
Net Income to Surplus (Schedule D) 



$ 65,693.21 
$ 387,133.81 



MUNICIPAL LIGHT DEPARTMENT 



Plant Investment 

Gas Department • Schedule A 

Land 

Gas Meter House-Montrose 



$7,104.47 
1,648.50 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 75 



Boiler Plant Equipment 50 .49 

Street Mains 200 ,803 .91 

Services 220,506.41 

Consumers Meters 52,168.22 

Consumers Meter Installation 26,087.61 



TOTAL $ 508,369.61 
Electric Department • Schedule B 

Land $28,819.00 

Structures 13,551.14 

Station Equipment 124,784.95 

Montrose Station 1 ,380 . 42 

Poles, Towers and Fixtures 208, 102.49 

Overhead Conductors and Devices 321,629.84 

Underground Conduits 342,226.33 

Underground Conductors and Devices 147,619.72 

Underground Conductors 1 15 ,000V 268 , 257 .02 

Line Transformers 295 ,002 . 12 

Transformer Installation 137,655.40 

Services 82,784.44 

115 K Volt Power Supply Line 502,731.70 

Meters 70,423.44 

Consumers Meter Installation 755 . 27 

Street Lighting Equipment 3, 135.86 



TOTAL $2,548,859.14 
General Equipment - Schedule C 

Office Equipment $358.68 

Transportation Equipment 39,932.89 

Stores Equipment 3,345.03 

Tools, Shop & Garage Equipment 28,959. 10 

Laboratory Equipment 101.22 

Communication Equipment 3,228.38 

Miscellaneous 7,580.56 



TOTAL $83,505.86 

MUNICIPAL LIGHT DEPARTMENT 
Surplus as of June 30, 1975 

Schedule D 

Balance, July 1 , 1975 $2 , 182, 133 . 70 
Profit from Electric Operation 387, 133 .81 

Profit from Gas Operation 46,417.55 

Income from Sale of Junk, Wire, Cable, etc. 5, 197.04 



TOTAL $2,620,882.10 



76 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Debts 

Paid to Town for Reduction of Real Estate Tax 
Bonds Paid 
Property Abandoned 

TOTAL 
Balance, June 30, 1975 

Cost of Gas 

Total Cost at Plant 

Cost per M.CU.FT. 

Average Cost Delivered per M .CU.FT. 

Average Selling Price per M.CU.FT. 

Total Gas Purchased-CU.FT. 

Total Gas Sold- CU.FT. 

Cost of Electricity 

Total Cost at Switchboard 

Cost Per KWHR 

Average Cost Delivered per KWHR 

Average Selling Price per KWHR 

Total Electricity Purchased-KWHRS 

Total Electricity Sold - KWHRS 



200,000.00 
65,000.00 
26,242.68 



$ 291,242.68 
$2,329,639.42 



387,007.37 

1.3318 

2.6981 

2.8740 

290,575,400 

296,409,100 



$3,201,361.77 

.02709 

.03867 

.04225 

118,156,886 

109,315,719 



Respectfully submitted, 

MICHAEL F. COLLINS, Manager 




Vital Statistics 



TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 

Town Meetings 

Voting Results 

Jurors, Births, Marriages, Deaths 

TOWN TREASURER 

CONTRIBUTORY RETIREMENT BOARD 



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Report of Town Clerk 

ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 
MARCH 10, 1975 

Moderator Roger H. Wingate read the call for the meeting at 7:30 P.M. in 
the Auditorium of the Wakefield Junior High School. He welcomed the students 
of Mr. Miksen's Government Class and other observers. Appreciation to the 
pages was expressed at this time as well as the announcement of the evenings 
tellers. A standing ovation was then tendered Miss Ruth Woodbury, Town 
Historian, by the 450 in attendance for the first session of the Annual Town 
Meeting of 1975, in honor of the dedication of the Annual Report to her. 

On motion by Chairman John A. Hanson, Finance Committee: 

Voted: That further reading of the warrant, with the exception of the Constable's 
return, be dispensed with. 

Constable's return read by Town Clerk. 

Unanimous consent of the meeting was granted to allow students and non- 
voters to attend and observe the meeting. 

ARTICLE 1 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Treasurer, with the approval of 
the Selectmen, to borrow in anticipation of the revenue for the fiscal period July 1, 
1975, to June 30, 1976, in accordance with General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, 
and acts in amendment thereof, and to renew any note or notes as may be given 
for a period of less than one year in accordance with General Laws, Chapter 44, 
Section 17. 

Paul Lazzaro and Others 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town vote to authorize the Treasurer, with the approval of 
the Selectmen, to borrow in anticipation of the revenue for the fiscal year July 1, 
1975 to June 30, 1976, in accordance with General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, 
and acts in amendment thereof, and to renew any note or notes as may be given 
for a period of less than one year in accordance with General Laws, Chapter 44, 
Section 17. 

ARTICLE 2 

To determine how much money the Town will raise and appropriate for 
General Government, Protection of Persons and Property, Health and 
Sanitation, Public Works, Veterans' Benefits, Education, Recreation, Un- 
classified, Employees' Contributory and Non-Contributory Retirement System 
and Contributory Group Health, Accident and Life Insurance, Public Service, 
Enterprises, Interest and Maturing Debt, specifying what appropriations shall be 
taken from the receipts of a department. 

Board of Selectmen 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sums of money as detailed in the 
following budget recommendations for the fiscal period of July 1, 1975 through 
June 30, 1976, the grand total amounting to the sum of $14,473,923.32. 



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The Finance Committee's motions will provide for the breakdown of this 
amount in the various classifications described in the Finance Committee's 
Recommendation Report. 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $440,903.61 for General 
Government as follows: 

Selectmen's Department: 

Salaries of the Board $ 3,000.00 

Personal Services 27,219.94 

Materials & Supplies 565.00 

Contractual Services 1 1 , 7 14 . 50 

Sundry Charges 608 .00 

Capital Outlay 1,500.00 



Total $44,607.44 

Accounting Department: 

Personal Services $78,885.63 

Materials & Supplies 2,000.00 

Contractual Services 9,720.00 

Sundry Charges 240.00 

Out-of -State Travel 387. 19 

Capital Outlay 1,685.00 



Total $92,917.82 

Data Processing Department: 

Personal Services $27,193.60 

Materials & Supplies 400.00 

Contractual Services 14,520.00 

Sundry Charges 25.00 

Out-of-State Travel 300.00 

Capital Outlay 200.00 



Total $42,638.60 

Treasurer's Department: 

Salary of Treasurer $ 8,250.00 

Personal Services 19,220.03 

Tax Title 1,500.00 

Materials & Supplies 450 .00 

Contractual Services 9,212.25 

Sundry Charges 180.00 

Out-of-State Travel 387 . 19 

Total $39,199.47 



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Legal Department: 

Personal Services $25,726.75 

Materials & Supplies 765.00 

Contractual Services 7 , 6 1 3 . 25 

Sundry Charges 165.00 



Total $34,270.00 

Legal Damages: $ 8,000.00 

Collector's Department: 

Salary of Collector $10,800.00 

Personal Services 28,328.95 

Materials & Supplies 250.00 

Contractual Services 6,075.00 

Sundry Charges 25.00 



Total $45,478.95 

Assessors' Department: 

Salaries of the Board $ 4,002.00 

Personal Services 41,589.81 

Materials & Supplies 385 . 00 

Contractual Services 7 , 793 . 00 

Sundry Charges 250.00 

Out-of-State Travel 350.00 



Total $54,369.81 

Town Clerk's Department: 

Salary of Town Clerk $ 9,900.00 

Personal Services 16,705.87 

Materials & Supplies 300 . 00 

Contractual Services 4,015.00 

Sundry Charges 100.00 

Out-of-State Travel 150.00 

Capital Outlay 850.75 



Total $32,021.62 

Election & Registration: 

Personal Services $ 8,983.20 

Materials & Supplies 50.00 

Contractual Services 6,270.00 



Total $15,303.20 

Election Expense: 

Personal Services $ 3,612.65 

Contractual Services 2,650.00 

Total $ 6,262.65 





$ 4,813.15 


$ 7,886.40 




5,075.00 






$12,961.40 


$ 4,054.50 




175.00 




1,200.00 




250.00 





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Personnel Board: 

Personal Services $ 2,053.15 

Materials & Supplies 30 .00 

Contractual Services 2 , 695 . 00 

Sundry Charges 35.00 

Total 
Finance Committee: 

Personal Services 

Materials & Supplies, Contractual 

Services, Sundry Charges 

Total 
Planning Board: 

Personal Services 
Materials & Supplies 
Contractual Services 
Sundry Charges 

Total $ 5,679.50 

Board of Appeals: $ 2,380.00 

This portion of the General Government Budget was discussed by Chairman, 
John A. Hanson. 

The Moderator, Roger H. Wingate, declared: 
VOTED: Majority 

PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $1,732,942.55 for Protection 
of Persons and Property, and to provide therefor; 

The sum of $722,724.00 be appropriated by transfer from the Federal 
Revenue Sharing Fund, P. L. 92-512, State and Local Fiscal Assistance Act of 
1972; to be allocated as follows: to Police Department, Personal Services account, 
the amount of $361,362.00; and to Fire Department, Personal Services account, 
the amount of $361,362.00; and that the sum of $1,010,218.57 be raised and 
appropriated from tax levy as follows: 

Police Department: 

Personal Services $458,268.57 

Materials & Supplies 26,552 .30 

Contractual Services 20 , 420 .00 

Sundry Charges 3 , 777 . 86 

Out-of-State Travel 355 .00 

Capital Outlay 10,500.00 



Total $519,873.73 



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Fire Department: 

Personal Services $370,591.72 

Materials & Supplies 17,367.00 

Contractual Services 1 , 055 . 00 

Sundry Charges 1 , 5 75 . 00 

Out-of-State Travel 150.00 

Capital Outlay 7 , 490 . 00 



Total $407,228.72 

Fire Alarm, Police Signal, 

Traffic Lights: $ 21,100.00 

Civil Defense: 

Personal Services $ 3,402.80 

Materials & Supplies 3 , 159 . 10 

Contractual Services 1 , 000 . 00 
Sundry Charges 25 . 00 



Total $ 7,586.90 

Building Department: 

Personal Services $ 34,149.85 
Materials & Supplies 5 70 . 00 

Contractual Services 2 , 445 . 00 

Sundry Charges 75.00 



Total $ 37,239.85 

Sealer of Weights and Measures: 

Personal Services $ 4,132.00 
Materials & Supplies 120.00 

Contractual Services 3 75 . 00 

Sundry Charges 5 . 00 



Total $ 4,632.00 

Animal Inspector: 

Personal Services $ 8,636.35 

Materials & Supplies 477.00 

Contractual Services 3 , 444 . 00 



Total $ 12,557.35 

The Protection of Persons and Property portion of the budget was discussed 
by William Patriquin. 

The Moderator declared; 
Voted: Majority 



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HEALTH AND SANITATION 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $36,556.65 for Health and 
Sanitation as follows: 

Health Department: 

Salaries of Board $ 414.00 

Personal Services 26,357.65 

Materials & Supplies 800 .00 

Contractual Services 5 , 450 . 00 

Sundry Charges 3,535.00 



Total $36,556.65 

Chairman Hanson discussed Health and Sanitation. 

Moderator declared: 
Voted: Majority 

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $2,216,693.39 for Public 
Works as follows: 

Personal Services $97 1 ,060 . 16 

Materials & Supplies 145,400.00 

Contractual Services 144,400.00 

Sundry Charges 1 , 195 .00 

Travel -Outside the Commonwealth 575.00 

Sewer Connections 23 ,000 .00 

Capital Outlay 39,825.00 

Snow and Ice 150,000.00 



Total $1,475,455.16 

Less: 

Perpetual Care Income -11,386.16 

To Be Appropriated from the 

Sale of Lots Fund -12,645.00 



-24,031.16 
TOTAL $1,451,424.00 

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $2,216,693.39 for Public 
Works as follows: 

Personal Services $947,029.00 

Materials & Supplies 145 ,400 .00 

Contractual Services 144,400.00 

Sundry Charges 1 , 195 .00 

Travel-Outside the Commonwealth 575 .00 



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Sewer Connections 


23,000.00 


Capital Outlay 


39,825.00 


Snow and Ice 


150,000.00 


Total 


$1,451,424.00 


Less: 




Perpetual Care Income 


-11,386.16 


To Be Appropriated from the 




Sale of Lots Fund 


-12,645.00 




-24,031.16 


TOTAL 


$1,427,392.84 


Street Lights: 


$90,000.00 


Water Division: 




Personal Services 


$240,069.48 


Materials & Supplies 


70,400.00 


Contractual Services 


75,975.00 


Sundry Charges 


3,500.00 


Maturing Bonds 


10,000.00 


Maturing Interest 


2,400.00 


Professional Medical Services 


200.00 


Pensions Non-Contributory 


23,118.15 


Group Insurance 


13,199.76 


Workmen's Compensation Insurance 


4,200.00 


General Insurance 


6,200.00 


M . D . C . Water Assessment 


211,032.00 


Capital Outlay 


14,975.00 



Total $675,269.39 

Edward Riess discussed the Public Works portion of the budget. 
Voted: Majority 

VETERAN'S BENEFITS 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $137,343.70 for Veterans' 
Benefits as follows: 

Veterans' Benefits: 

Personal Services 

Recipients 

Materials & Supplies 

Contractual Services 

Sundry Charges 

Care of Veterans' Graves 

Total 

Veterans' Benefits portion of the budget was discussed by Chairman, 
Hanson. 

Voted: Majority 



$ 15,279.70 




120,000.00 




250.00 




1,600.00 




35.00 




179.00 






$137,343.70 



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EDUCATION 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $7,666,594.70 for Education 
as follows: 

School Department: 

Personal Services $5,858,708.00 
Materials & Supplies, 
Contractual Services, 

Sundry Charges 1,296,284.00 

Capital Outlay 34,638.00 

Trade Schools 12,207.00 

Travel-Outside the Commonwealth 4,822.00 

Adult Education 8,572.00 



Total $7,215,231.00 

Less: 

National Defense Education Act 

P.L. 874 -48,549.60 



TOTAL $7,166,681.40 

Northeast Metropolitan Regional 

Vocational School: $243 , 336 . 73 

Library Department: 

Personal Services $202,511.77 

Materials & Supplies 44, 149 . 69 

Contractual Services 39,803 . 18 

Sundry Charges 13 1 .00 

Capital Outlay 160.00 



Total $286,755.64 

Less: 

Dog Tax Refund from 

County -3,054.77 

Library Trust Fund 

Income Available - 1 7 , 598 . 55 

State Aid for Free 

Public Libraries -9 , 525 . 75 



Total -30,179.07 



TOTAL $256,576.57 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $7,711,594.70 for the 
Educational portion of Article 2, by adding to the Personal Services of the School 
Department Budget the sum of $45,000.00, so that the total School Department 
budget be in the amount of $7,211,681.40, said sum of $45,000.00 to be expended 
by the School Department for the hiring or retention of five elementary grade 
teachers in order to maintain separate grades in grades I, II, III, IV and V of the 
elementary schools. 



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The Educational portion of the budget was discussed by Charles Willis. 

The Moderator, Roger H. Wingate declared the Finance Committee motion 
as amended carried by a Majority Vote. 

RECREATION 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $77,188.95 for Recreation as 
follows: 

Recreation Commission: 

Personal Services $37,225.50 

Materials & Supplies 8,510.45 

Contractual Services 4,650.00 

Capital Outlay 6,323.00 

Total 
Youth Activities Commission: 

Personal Services 
Materials & Supplies 
Contractual Services 
Sundry Charges 

Total 
Council on Aging: 

Personal Services 
Materials & Supplies 
Contractual Services 
Sundry Charges 

Total $9,765.00 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Majority 

UNCLASSIFIED 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $159,927.07 for Un- 
classified as follows: 

M iscellaneous Account $ 5 , 900 . 00 

Rifle Range 500.00 

General Insurance 74,090.00 

Workmen's Compensation 46,800.00 

Reserve Fund 32,637.07 





$56,708.95 


$ 6,550.00 




200.00 




2,765.00 




1,200.00 






$10,715.00 


$ 3,370.00 




940.00 




5,435.00 




20.00 





Total $159,927.07 

The Finance Committee recommended favorable action. 
Voted: Majority 



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EMPLOYEES' CONTRIBUTORY AND NON -CONTRIBUTORY 

RETIREMENT SYSTEM & CONTRIBUTORY GROUP 

HEALTH, ACCIDENT AND LIFE INSURANCE 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $1,008,004.20 for Employees' 
Contributory and Non -Contributory Retirement System and Contributory Group 
Health, Accident and Life Insurance as follows: 

Retirement System: 

Pension Accumulation Fund $565,668.00 

Expense Fund 22,186.95 

Workmen's Compensation Credit 50 . 12 

Non-Contributory Pension Fund 115,272.28 
Assessments, Non -Contributory 

Veterans Pension Funds 3,319.22 

Professional Medical Service 3,800.00 



Total $710,296.57 

Contributory Group Health, 
Accident and Life Insurance: 

Personal Services $ 12,530.79 

Premium Cost to Town 285,176.84 



Total $297,707.63 

This portion of the budget was discussed by Philip C. Boody 

The Moderator declared the motion carried. 
Voted: Majority 

INTEREST AND MATURING DEBT 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $1,720,492.50 for Interest 
and Maturing Debt as follows: 

Maturing Debt $1,329,000.00 

Interest Debt 391,492.50 



Total $1,720,492.50 

The Interest and Maturing Debt portion of the budget was discussed by 
John A. Hanson. 

The Moderator declared the motion carried. 
Voted: Majority 

LIGHT DEPARTMENT 

That the Town appropriate the sum of $116,262.50 to provide for payments 
due for the period of July 1, 1975 to June 30, 1976 on bonds of the Light 
Department and interest on such bonds; and to appropriate the sum of $414.00 for 
salaries of the Light Commissioners to be taken from the receipts of the Depart- 
ment for the above-mentioned period; and to transfer the sum of $21,150.28 from 



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the Light Operation Account to the Non -Contributory Pension Account; and to 
transfer the sum of $34,546.93 from the Light Operation Account to the Em- 
ployee's Group Insurance Account; and to transfer the sum of $5,000.00 from the 
Light Operation Account to Travel-Outside the Commonwealth; and to transfer 
the sum of $9,000.00 from the Light Operation Account to Workmen's Com- 
pensation Account, and the balance of the receipts of the Department from July 
1, 1975 to June 30, 1976 be appropriated for the use of the Department for other 
expenditures, provided, however, that if the income from said Department shall 
exceed the expenses of the Department for said period of time, the use of the 
excess, in whole or in part, to be determined by the 1976 Annual Town Meeting. 

The Light Department portion of the budget was discussed by Mr. Roscoe 
Irving. 

The Moderator declared the motion carried. 
Voted: Majority 

ARTICLE 3 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money for the 
rental of ice for the Wakefield Hockey Association, said money to be expended 
under the direction of the Recreation Commission. 

Daniel J. Devlin and Others 
On Motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

ARTICLE 4 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Chapter 17 of the Bylaws of the Town, 
the so-called Personnel Bylaw, by deleting from Section 7, Schedule A, Ad- 
ministrative, the classification "Veterans' Agent (Part-Time) - M-6", and sub- 
stituting therefor "Veterans' Agent (Part-time) - M-7," and to raise and ap- 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to provide therefor. 

Personnel Board 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town amend Chapter 17 of the Bylaws of the Town, the so- 
called Personnel Bylaw, by deleting from Section 7, Schedule A, Administrative, 
the classification "Veterans' Agent (Part-time) M-6", and substituting therefor 
"Veterans' Agent (Part-time) M-7," and to raise and appropriate the sum of 
$269.00 to provide therefor. 

ARTICLE 5 

To see if the Town will vote to amend its Bylaws by adding to Chapter XI, 
Building By Law, Section 1, as follows: 

Section 1. There is hereby established a Building Code Board of Appeals 
consisting of five members, appointed by the Board of Selectmen for terms not to 
exceed five years for any member, said terms to be staggered so that not more 
than one appointment shall be made in any one calendar year. One of the members 
shall be a registered structural or civil professional engineer, and one member 
shall be a licensed professional architect. Members may be reappointed for 



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successive terms. The Building Code Board of Appeals shall hear appeals per- 
taining to the Building Inspector's actions in accordance with the provisions 
contained in the State Building Code. 

Board of Selectmen 
On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town amend the General Bylaws by adding to Chapter XI, 
Building Bylaw, Section 1, the following: 

Section 1. There is hereby established a Building Code Board of Appeals 
consisting of five members, appointed by the Board of Selectmen for terms not to 
exceed five years for any member, said terms to be staggered so that not more 
than one appointment shall be made in any one calendar year. One of the members 
shall be a registered structural or civil professional engineer, and one member 
shall be a licensed professional architect. Members may be reappointed for 
successive terms. The Building Code Board of Appeals shall hear appeals per- 
taining to the Building Inspector's actions in accordance with the provisions 
contained in the State Building Code, and further that the Board of Selectmen be 
authorized to appoint five members to the Building Code of Appeals, one member 
to be appointed for five years , one member for four years , one member for three 
years, one member for two years and one member to serve for one year, and 
thereafter, each member is to serve for five years or until his successor has been 
appointed, and to provide therefor that the Town raise and appropriate the sum of 
$320.00. 

ARTICLE 6 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to enter into 
a contract or contracts with the Housing and Urban Development Department of 
the Federal Government in order to obtain federally subsidized flood insurance 
under the National Flood Insurance Act of 1968; and in general, to do any and all 
acts and to execute any and all documents, warranties or applications necessary 
or required to accomplish the foregoing. 

Board of Selectmen 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town authorize the Board of Selectmen to enter into a 
contract or contracts with the Housing and Urban Development Department of 
the Federal Government in order to obtain federally subsidized flood insurance 
under the National Flood Insurance Act of 1968; and in general, to do any and all 
acts and to execute any and all documents, warranties or applications necessary 
or required to accomplish the foregoing. 

ARTICLE 7 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $2,500.00 for 
the celebration of the Massachusetts Bicentennial Year within the Town of 
Wakefield, said sum to be expended under the direction of the Board of Selectmen 
together with any other funds which are or may become available for a similar or 
like purpose; and to authorize the Board of Selectmen to appoint a committee of 
five citizens to be known as the Bicentennial Committee for the purpose of making 
recommendations to the Board of Selectmen from time to time. 

Board of Selectmen 



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On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $2,500.00 for the 
celebration of the Massachusetts Bicentennial Year within the Town of 
Wakefield, said sum to be expended under the direction of the Board of Selectmen 
together with any other funds which are or may become available for a similar or 
like purpose; and to authorize the Board of Selectmen to appoint a committee of 
five citizens to be known as the Bicentennial Committee for the purpose of making 
recommendations to the Board of Selectmen from time to time. 

On Motion by Finance Committee that the Town table the subject matter of 
Article 8 until a future time in this Annual Town Meeting. 

Moderator declared the motion carried. 
Voted: Majority 

ARTICLE 9 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available balances a sufficient sum of money to indemnify certain Police Officers 
of the Town of Wakefield for medical, surgical and hospitalization expenses as the 
result of injuries received by the officers in the performance of their duties, as 
provided for under Section 100, Chapter 41 of Massachusetts General Laws, in 
such amount and to such extent as may be recommended by the Board of 
Selectmen. 

Board of Selectmen 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $2,082.44 to in- 
demnify certain Police Officers of the Town of Wakefield for medical, surgical and 
hospitalization expenses as the result of injuries received by the officers in the 
performance of their duties, as provided for under Section 100, Chapter 41 of 
Massachusetts General Laws. 

ARTICLE 10 

To see if the Town will raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of money to pay 
the rental for the rental year commencing July 1 , 1975 to Dover Kline Company 
for land occupied as a parking area on Center Street. 

Board of Selectmen 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $3,000.00 to carry 
out the purposes of Article #10. 

ARTICLE 11 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money to pay the rental for the year 1975 to the Boston and Maine Railroad or its 
assignee for three parcels of land occupied as parking areas on North Avenue as 
set forth in an original lease dated November 10, 1955. 

Board of Selectmen 



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On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $12.00 to carry out 
the purposes of Article #11. 

ARTICLE 12 

To see if the Town will vote to purchase or take by eminent domain 
proceedings for school purposes a certain parcel of land bounded and described as 
follows: 

Beginning at a point, said point being the southeasterly corner of land now or 
formerly of C. Harold Buxton thence the line runs northwesterly a distance of 
49.50 feet to a point; thence northeasterly along land of the Town of Wakefield a 
distance of 81.16 feet to a point; thence southeasterly a distance of 48.67 feet to a 
point on the easterly property line of said Buxton; thence southwesterly a 
distance of 10.00 feet to a point; thence southwesterly by another course a 
distance of 70.0 feet to the point of beginning. All as shown as Parcel "B" on a 
plan by Michael T. Collins, C.E.; dated September 27, 1974 to be recorded 
herewith and containing approximately 4100 square feet, and that the Town raise 
and appropriate the sum of $1.00 to provide therefor. 

Board of Selectmen 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Unanimously — Vz vote Required. That the Town purchase or take 
by eminent domain proceedings for school purposes a certain parcel of land 
bounded and described as follows: 

Beginning at a point, said point being the southeasterly corner of land now or 
formerly of C. Harold Buxton thence the line runs northwesterly a distance of 
49.50 feet to a point; thence northeasterly along land of the Town of Wakefield a 
distance of 81.16 feet to a point; thence southeasterly a distance of 48.67 feet to a 
point on the easterly property line of said Buxton; thence southwesterly a 
distance of 10.00 feet to a point; thence southwesterly by another course a 
distance of 70.00 feet to the point of beginning, and that the Town raise and 
appropriate the sum of one (1.00) dollar to provide therefor. 

ARTICLE 13 

To see if the Town will vote to instruct the Moderator to appoint a committee 
to consist of five members for the purpose of designing, or causing to be designed, 
a Town flag, said committee to be designated as the Town Flag Committee and to 
report to a future Town Meeting. 

Board of Selectmen 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town instruct the Moderator to appoint a committee to 
consist of five members for the purpose of designing, or causing to be designed, a 
Town flag, said committee to be designated as the Town Flag Committee and to 
report to a future Town Meeting. 

Sabatino Bennedetto made the motion to adjourn the meeting to March 13th, 
1975 at 7:30 P.M. in the Wakefield Junior High School Auditorium. The motion 
was passed by a majority vote at 10:30 P.M. 



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The attendance for the first session of the Annual Town Meeting was 597. 
A True Record: 
Attest: THELMA E. RENNARD 
Town Clerk 

ADJOURNED SESSION 
MARCH 13, 1975 

Meeting called to order at 7:30 P. M . by the Moderator, Roger H . Wingate, in 
the auditorium of the Wakefield Junior High School. Mr. Wingate expressed his 
appreciation to the pages. 

ARTICLE 8. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money for the purchase of a generator for the production of electricity during 
emergency situations, said sum of money to be expended by the Municipal Light 
Department. 

Board of Selectmen 
Voted: To take Article 8 from the table. 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $9,000.00 for the 
purchase of a generator for the production of electricity during emergency 
situations, said sum of money to be expended by the Municipal Light Depart- 
ment. 

ARTICLE 14 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Chapter I , Section 8 of the General 
Bylaws of the Town by deleting therefrom the word "twenty" and substituting 
therefor the word "fifty" so that said Section 8 will read as follows: 

Section 8. Whoever shall refuse or neglect to obey any lawful order of any 
Town officer or board of Town officers, issued under any of these bylaws, directed 
to him and properly served upon him, shall, in cases not otherwise provided for, 
forfeit and pay for every such offense a fine not exceeding fifty dollars. 

Board of Selectmen 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town amend Chapter I, Section 8, of the General Bylaws of 
the Town by deleting therefrom the word "twenty" and substituting therefor the 
word "fifty" so that said Section 8 will read as follows: 

Section 8. Whoever shall refuse or neglect to obey any lawful order of any 
Town officer or board of Town officers , issued under any of these bylaws , directed 
to him and properly served upon him, shall, in cases not otherwise provided for, 
forfeit and pay for every such offense a fine not exceeding fifty dollars. 

ARTICLE 15 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $4,847.00 as 
its share of the Town's participation in Home Care Services Corporation, and to 
authorize the Board of Selectmen to apply any Federal or State Grants for this 



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purpose as such grants may become available and applicable, and to expend same 
without further appropriation. 

Board of Selectmen 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 
Chairman Hanson discussed this motion. 
Moderator declared motion carried. 

ARTICLE 16 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money to purchase a microfilm camera, microfilm processor and microfilm 
reader /printer, together with the necessary supplies, said sum of money to be 
expended under the direction of the Library Trustees, or to take any other action 
in relation thereto. 

Library Trustees 

On Motion by the Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

The Vote was: Yes: 90 — No: 77. 

ARTICLE 17 

To hear and act upon the report of the Wakefield High School Building 
Committee, appointed under Article 21 of the Annual Town Meeting of 1970. 

Wakefield High School Building Committee 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the report of the Wakefield High School Building Committee, 
appointed under Article 21 of the Annual Town Meeting of 1970, be accepted as a 
report of progress. 

Mr. Donald Winsor made the report of progress which is on file in the office 
of the Town Clerk. 

ARTICLE 18 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money to be used in conjunction with and in addition to any funds allotted by the 
Commonwealth and -or County for the construction, reconstruction, and im- 
provement of Town roads and to authorize the Treasurer with the approval of the 
Board of Selectmen to borrow and issue notes or bonds of the Town in an- 
ticipation of reimbursement from the State or County and to authorize the Board 
of Public Works to acquire by purchase or eminent domain proceedings, rights 
and easements necessary to connection therewith, or take any other action in 
relation thereto. 

Board of Public Works 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Unanimously. That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of 
$6,000.00 to carry out the purposes of Article #18. 

This Article required a 2 /z (Two-thirds) Vote. 



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ARTICLE 19 

To hear and act upon a report of the Board of Public Works in laying out 
Town ways under the Betterment Act in substantially the same location as the 
private ways listed below, and to authorize the acquisition by purchase or 
eminent domain proceedings, rights and easements necessary in connection 
therewith for construction, reconstruction and maintenance, to slope land back 
from street lines and to construct retaining walls in land adjoining the location of 
said way in accordance with applicable sections of the Massachusetts General 
Laws: 

Scott Lane — beginning at its intersection with Water Street, said point 
being approximately 460 feet southeasterly of the easterly sideline of Montrose 
Avenue; thence northeasterly, northerly and northwesterly a distance of ap- 
proximately 990 feet to its intersection with Sycamore Road. 

Mackenzie Lane — beginning at its intersection with Montrose Avenue, 
thence southeasterly a distance of 950.33 feet to a dead end. 

Heather Lane — beginning at its intersection with Mackenzie Lane; thence 
northeasterly a distance of about 400 feet to its intersection with Briarwood Lane. 

Briarwood Lane — beginning at its intersection with Heather Lane, thence 
southeasterly a distance of about 155 feet to a dead end. Also, beginning at its 
intersection with Heather Lane; thence northwesterly a distance of about 700 feet 
to a turnaround. 

and that the Town vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of money for 
the construction and-or acceptance of these ways as public ways, or the extension 
or widening thereof, including land damage and cost of pavement, retaining 
walls, sidewalks and curbs as necessary to conform to the specifications approved 
by the Board of Public Works, or take any other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Public Works 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Unanimously. That the Town accept and adopt under the Betterment 
Act, the report of the Board of Public Works on the acceptance and layout of the 
construction described in Article 19 and to authorize the Board of Public Works to 
acquire by purchase or eminent domain proceedings rights and easements 
necessary in connection herewith for construction, reconstruction, maintenance 
and repair; and to further authorize the Board of Public Works to take slope 
easements on the land adjoining the location of said proposed town ways in ac- 
cordance with the provisions of Chapter 83, Section 32-B of the General Laws, 
and that the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $100 therefor. 

This motion required a 2 A (two -thirds) Vote. 

ARTICLE 20 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate and-or to transfer from 
available funds a sufficient sum of money to construct or reconstruct sidewalks 
and curbs on various public streets in the Town, and to authorize the Board of 
Public Works to acquire by purchase or eminent domain proceedings, rights and 
easements necessary in connection therewith for construction, to slope land back 
from street lines and to construct retaining walls. All new construction to be done 
under the Betterment Act. 

Board of Public Works 



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On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Unanimously. That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of 
$25,000 to construct or reconstruct sidewalks and curbs on various public streets 
in the Town and to authorize the Board of Public Works to acquire by purchase or 
eminent domain proceedings rights and easements necessary in connections 
herewith for construction, to slope land back from street lines and to construct 
retaining walls, all new construction to be done under the Betterment Act. 

The Moderator, Mr. Roger H. Wingate, declared that this Article required a 
2 /3 (two-thirds) Vote. And declared it unanimously carried. 

ARTICLE 21 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or appropriate by 
transfer from available funds, a sufficient sum of money for the replacement and- 
or repair of cement concrete sidewalks in various locations throughout the Town, 
or take any other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Public Works 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $30,000 to carry out 
the purposes of Article 21. 

ARTICLE 22 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate and -or transfer from 
available funds a sufficient sum of money to replace curbing on various public 
streets in the Town, or to authorize the Treasurer with the approval of the Board 
of Selectmen to borrow and issue notes or bonds of the Town therefor, or to take 
any other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Public Works 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

ARTICLE 23 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money for the construction or reconstruction of fencing and guardrails along 
various public ways within the Town or take any other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Public Works 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $3,000 to carry out 
the purposes of Article 23. 

ARTICLE 24 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize, the Board of Public Works to ac- 
cept, or to take by eminent domain proceedings, conveyances or easements from 
time to time, giving the Town the right to construct and maintain drains, sewers, 
water lines, retaining walls and streets, and to raise and appropriate a sufficient 
sum of money to carry out the purpose of this article. 

Board of Public Works 



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On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Unanimously. That the Town authorize the Board of Public Works to 
accept, or to take by eminent domain proceedings, conveyances or easements 
from time to time, giving the Town the right to construct and maintain drains, 
sewers, water lines, retaining walls and streets, and to raise and appropriate the 
sum of $100.00 to carry out the purposes of Article 24. 

ARTICLE 25 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money for the collection and -or disposal of garbage, rubbish and refuse, and to 
authorize the Board of Public Works to execute on behalf of the Town a contract 
or contract as required for a period not to exceed twenty (20) years for such 
disposal by incineration or other means in order to accomplish the above pur- 
poses. 

Board of Public Works 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $160,000.00 for the collection 
of and /or disposal of garbage, rubbish and refuse, and to provide therefor the sum 
of $112,229.91 be raised and appropriated from tax levy and the sum of 
$47,770.09 be appropriated by transfer from the following available balances: 

Year Article # Title Amount 

Lease, Center St. Pkg. Area 457.00 

Lease , North Ave . Parking Area 25 . 50 

Installation State Assessment System 1 ,0 10 .00 

Eminent Domain Conveyances & Easements 100.00 

Meeting 
Completion Renovations Public Works Bldg. 

North Avenue 62.60 

1973 18 Reconstruction Tennis Court Surface 

Moulton Field 471.45 

1974 31 Relocation Intersection Cedar & 

Prospect Streets 2 ,000 .00 

1974 32 Street Acceptance 100.00 

1974 43 Pave Parking Area-Moulton Field 1,796.51 
1974 Sp. Tn. Meeting 

Ramp Construction-Lafayette Bldg . 117.57 

1968 69 Sewer Pumping Station, Farm & Water Sts. 3,176.40 
1971 33 Sewer Pumping Station Construction & 

Force Main at Main Street 17,573.24 

1971 Sp. Tn. Meeting 

3-15 1 Purchase and/or Land Taking for Sewer 

Pumping Station-Main Street 6,337.00 
1967 21 Construction Addition to Beebe 

Memorial Library 1 34 . 72 

Retarded Children's Camp Program 166.42 

Observance of Memorial Day 52 . 66 

Observance of Veterans 'Day 1 85 . 00 

1972 Sp. Tn. Meeting 

10-16 1 1 Wakefield Housing Authority Survey 1,101.21 

1958 4 Capital Outlay Committee 136.21 



1973 




6 


1973 




7 


1972 




42 


1972 




26 


1973 


Sp 


. Tn 
20 



1973 


10 


1973 


49 


1973 


50 



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1960 55 


Incinerator Committee 


265.60 


1960 37 


Chapter 90 Construction Main Street 






By -pass 


12,500.00 


1973 Sp. Tn. 


Meeting 




3-18 10 


Purchase of Land -Light Department 


1.00 




$47,770.09 



and to authorize the Board of Public Works to execute on behalf of the Town 
a contract or contracts as required for a period not to exceed twenty years for such 
disposal by incineration or other means as required or necessary to accomplish the 
purposes of Article 25. 

ARTICLE 26 

To see if the Town will authorize the Board of Public Works to lay and -or 
relay water mains and appurtenances of not less than 6 inches, but not more than 
16 inches in diameter in any streets or private ways, and for any other work of like 
construction where pipes of the same dimensions as mentioned above are used; to 
pay therefor, raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of money and -or authorize the 
treasurer, with the approval of the Selectmen to borrow and issue notes or bonds 
of the Town therefor, and -or by transfer from other available balances. 

Board of Public Works 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $34,200 to carry out 
the purposes of Article 26. 

ARTICLE 27 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate and -or appropriate by 
transfer from available balances a sufficient 3um of money for the construction of 
storm drains across private land and in or across streets as the Board of Public 
Works may deem necessary, and to authorize the Board of Public Works to 
acquire by purchase or by right of eminent domain, easements in and over private 
lands, necessary for the construction, maintenance and repair of said storm 
drains. 

Board of Public Works 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Unanimously. That the Town authorize the Board of Public Works to 
construct storm drains across private land and in /or across streets as the Board 
of Public Works may deem necessary , and to authorize the Board of Public Works 
to acquire by purchase or by right of eminent domain, easements in and over 
private lands necessary for the construction, maintenance and repair of said 
storm drains, and to pay therefor, the Town raise and appropriate the sum of 
$34,200 to carry out the purposes of Article 27. 

ARTICLE 28 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Public Works to 
construct or reconstruct sanitary sewers across private lands and -or in or across 
highways hereinafter named and to see if the Town will raise and appropriate a 



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sufficient sum of money therefor and-or authorize the Treasurer with the approval 
of the Board of Selectmen to borrow and issue notes or bonds of the Town therefor 
and-or appropriate by transfer from available balances and authorize the Board of 
Public Works to purchase or take by right of eminent domain easements and 
rights on and over private land necessary for the construction, reconstruction, 
maintenance and repair of said sewers: 

(a) Bay State Road — from a proposed manhole near #49 Bay State Road 
1100' feet westerly to Haverhill Street 

(b) Bay State Road and Main Street Force Main — from a proposed pum- 
ping station near #49 Bay State Road 1,100 feet westerly, thence 600 feet 
southerly to an existing manhole on Main Street 

(c) Bay Street — from a proposed manhole on Bay State Road near #47 Bay 
State Road 160 feet southerly, thence 360 feet westerly to near #3 Bay Street 

(d) Bay State Road — from a proposed manhole near #49 Bay State Road, 
800 feet easterly to the Wakefield-Lynnfield town lines 

(e) Farm Street — from an existing manhole at the intersection of Farm 
Street with Old Nahant Road, 1,700 feet southerly along Farm Street to near #157 
Farm Street 

(f) Stone Way — from a proposed manhole near #9 Stone Way 340 feet 
westerly to a proposed manhole on Farm Street near #145 Farm Street 

(g) June Cirlce — from a proposed manhole near #9 Stone Way, 250 feet 
southerly through private lands to June Circle, thence 240 feet westerly to near #1 
June Circle at Farm Street 

(h) Harrison Avenue — from an existing manhole on Kendrick Road 390 feet 
southerly to near #24 Harrison Avenue 

(i) Water Street — from an existing manhole on the Saugus River Trunk at 
Water Street, 459 feet westerly to near #492 Water Street 

(j) Various streets as the Board of Public Works deems necessary and 
feasible to construct or extend main sewers for the safety and convenience of the 
general public. 

Board of Public Works 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Unanimously. That the Town authorize and instruct the Board of 
Public Works to construct sewers in the following streets . 

(a). Baystate Road 

(b). Baystate Road and Main Street Force Main 

(c). Bay Street 

(d). Baystate Road 

(e). Farm Street 

(f). Stone Way 

(g). June Circle 

(h). Harrison Avenue 

(i). Water Street 

(j). Various Streets 

as described in Article 28 and in /or across various streets as the Board of Public 
Works deems necessary and feasible, and to pay therefor, the Town raise and 



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appropriate the sum of $316,000.00 and to provide therefor the sum of $16,000.00 
be raised and appropriated from tax levy, and the Treasurer with the approval of 
the Board of Selectmen be authorized to borrow $300,000.00 for a period not 
exceeding five years, and to authorize the Board of Public Works to purchase or 
take by right of eminent domain proceedings, easements and rights in and over 
private land necessary for the construction, maintenance and repair of said 
sewers. 

The Moderator declared this Article required a Vz (Two -thirds) Vote. 

ARTICLE 29 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Public Works to 
purchase or take by eminent domain proceedings an easement for access purposes 
to the Nasella Playground, bounded and described as follows: 

Beginning at a point on the northerly sideline of Water Street, said point 
being located a distance of 24.70 feet easterly of a stone bound, the line runs 
N09°-16'-30"E a distance of 462.00 feet to a point; thence S80°-43'-30"E a 
distance of 40.00 feet to a point; thence S09°-16'-30"W a distance of 448.87 feet to 
a point on the said northerly sidelines of Water Street; thence S81°-06'-30"W a 
distance of 42 . 10 feet to the point of beginning. 

The above described access easement is a portion of Melvine Street (a private 
way) shown on Land Court Plan #19350A Sheet 2. 

Board of Public Works 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

ARTICLE 30 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money to pave the entrance and access road to Nasella Playground, or take any 
other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Public Works 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

ARTICLE 31 

To see if the Town will vote to abandon a portion of a sewer easement taken 
by the Town of Wakefield by order dated July 2, 1974, and duly recorded, said 
portion of easement being described as follows: 

Beginning at a point on the northwesterly sideline of Hart Street, said point 
being located a distance of 36.62 feet southwesterly of the southwesterly sideline 
of Melvin Street, the line runs southesterly a distance of 20.88 feet to a point; 
thence northwesterly a distance of 76.84 feet to a point; thence northeasterly a 
distance of 24.32 feet to a point; thence southeasterly a distance of 68.97 feet to 
the point of beginning. 

Board of Public Works 
On Motion by Finance Committee: 



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Voted: Unanimously. That the Town abandon a portion of sewer easement 
taken by the Town of Wakefield by order dated July 2, 1974, and duly recorded, 
said portion of easement being described as follows: 

Beginning at a point on the northwesterly sideline of Hart Street, said point 
being located a distance of 36.62 feet southwesterly of the southwesterly sideline 
of Melvin Street, the line runs southwesterly a distance of 20.88 feet to a point, 
thence northwesterly a distance of 76.84 feet to a point; thence northeasterly a 
distance of 24.32 feet to a point; thence southeasterly a distance of 68.97 feet to 
the point of beginning. 

The Moderator announced a Vz (two -thirds) Vote was required. 

ARTICLE 32 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Chapter XIX, Article IV of the General 
Bylaws of the Town of Wakefield, the so-called Sign Bylaw, by adding thereto 
Section IV as follows: 

"Section IV - EXCEPTION 

Nothing contained in this Bylaw shall prohibit the use of a sign, as defined 
herein, upon a litter container located in a business district, provided that: (1) 
such litter container is of a size and shape approved by the Board of Public 
Works; (2) is regularly serviced in the normal course by the Department of Public 
Works; (3) the sign contained upon such litter container shall not project beyond 
the dimensions of such litter container. 

Board of Public Works 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

ARTICLE 33 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Chapter XIII of the General Bylaws of 
the Town entitled "Lake Quannapowitt" by adding to Section 2 thereof the 
following sentence: "In no event shall the speed of power driven craft exceed 25 
miles per hour on any part of the Lake" and by adding to Chapter XIII the 
following: 

Section 5. Water skiing is prohibited Sundays and holidays between April 1 
and September 30, inclusive. 

Section 6. No aircraft shall land or take-off from the Lake except in the case 
of an emergency or with the prior written approval of the Board of Public Works 
of the Town of Wakefield and the approval of State and Federal authorities where 
applicable. 

Board of Public Works 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town amend Chapter XIII of the General Bylaws of the 
Town entitled "Lake Quannapowitt" by adding to Section 2 thereof the following 
sentence: "In no event shall the speed of power driver craft exceed 25 miles per 
hour on any part of the Lake" and by adding to Chapter XIII the following: 

Section 5. Water skiing is prohibited Sundays and holidays between April 1 
and September 30, inclusive. 



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Section 6. No aircraft shall land or take-off from the Lake except in the case 
of an emergency or with the prior written approval of the Board of Public Works 
of the Town of Wakefield and the approval of State and Federal authorities where 
applicable. 

Mr. Charles Willis discussed this Article. 

Boston, Mass. June 24, 1975 

The foregoing amendment to the General By-Laws adopted under Article 33 
is hereby approved. 

HENRY F. O'CONNELL 
Assistant Attorney General 

ARTICLE 34 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Municipal Light Board (i) to 
issue revenue bonds, and notes in anticipation thereof, under Chapter 164A of the 
General Laws, for the Town's share of project costs of the electric power facility 
known as Wyman Unit No. 4 or other electric power facilities sponsored by 
Central Maine Power Company and (ii) to enter into an agreement or agreements 
with one or more other municipalities participating in the same project (s) under 
which revenue bonds and notes authorized by participating municipalities may be 
issued by one participating municipality on behalf of itself and others or take any 
other action relative thereto. The agreement or agreements shall provide that the 
participating municipalities shall be obligated, severally and not jointly, to 
provide funds necessary to pay their respective shares of principal and interest 
and this obligation of each participating municipality shall be payable solely from 
the funds provided therefor under Chapter 164 A. 

Municipal Light Board 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

ARTICLE 35 

To hear and act upon the report of the Municipal Light Commissioners 
concerning the construction, furnishing and equipping of an electrical substation 
on Farm Street as authorized by Article 15 of the Annual Town Meeting of 1971. 

Municipal Light Commissioners 

Mr. Michael Collins, Manager of the Municipal Light Department discussed 
this Article. 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the report of the Municipal Light Commissioners concerning the 
construction, furnishing and equipping of an electrical substation on Farm Street 
as authorized by Article 15 of the Annual Town Meeting of 1971 be accepted as a 
final report. 

The Report is on file in the office of the Town Clerk. 

ARTICLE 36 

To see if the Town will vote to construct and maintain a plant for the 
operation of a Community Antenna Television System for the use of the Town 



102 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



and its inhabitants, and to determine whether the Board of Selectmen shall be 
authorized to petition the General Court for enactment of any special law which 
may be necessary or desirable in connection therewith, or to take any other action 
relative thereto. 

Municipal Light Department 
On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town construct and maintain a plant for the operation of a 
Community Antenna Television System for the use of the Town and its 
inhabitants, and to determine whether the Board of Selectmen shall be authorized 
to petition the General Court for enactment of any special law which may be 
necessary or desirable in connection therewith, or to take any other action relative 
thereto. 

This Article necessitated a ballot count. The vote was: Yes: 137 — No: 13. 

100 was necessary for a 2 A vote. The Moderator declared the motion carried. 

ARTICLE 37 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Municipal Light Department to 
reconstruct and convert a portion of 4000 volt overhead wiring to 13,800 volt 
overhead wiring within the Town of Wakefield, and to provide therefor that the 
Town raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of money and /or authorize the 
Treasurer with the approval of the Selectmen to borrow and issue notes or bonds 
of the Town therefor, for a period not exceeding ten years in accordance with 
General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 8, and /or by transfer from other available 
balances. 

Municipal Light Commissioners 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Municipal Light Department be authorized to reconstruct 
and convert a portion of 4000 volt overhead wiring to 13,800 volt overhead wiring 
within the Town of Wakefield, and to provide therefor the sum of $67,051.66 be 
appropriated by transfer from the available balances of Article 15 of the Annual 
Town Meeting of 1971. 

ARTICLE 38 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money for mosquito control, such sum of money to be expended under the 
direction of the Board of Health. 

John Hanson, Chairman of the Finance Committee discussed this Article for 
Mosquito Control. 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $18,507.10 for 
mosquito control, said sum of money to be expended under the direction of the 
Board of Health. 

Roger Wingate, Moderator, declared the motion carried. 

John J. Ruehrwein made the motion to adjourn which was defeated. 



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ARTICLE 39 

To see if the Town will vote to provide cooperative facilities to mental out- 
patient clinics and for payment for services to be rendered for such clinics in 
accordance with the provisions of General Laws, Chapter 40, the same to be 
expended under the direction of the Board of Health for the Town of Wakefield; 
and to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of money to carry out the purposes 
of this article. 

Board of Health 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town Raise and appropriate the sum of $26,000.00 to carry 
out the purposes of Article 39. 

ARTICLE 40 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money to cover the cost of participation by the Town of Wakefield in a drug 
prevention and rehabilitation program for residents of the Town, and to authorize 
the Board of Public Health to enter into a contract or contracts with 735, Inc., a 
charitable corporation organized under law, to accomplish the above purposes, 
said contract or contracts to cover the period of July 1, 1975 to June 30, 1976. 

Board of Health 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $32,026.00 to carry 
out the purposes of Article 40 and to authorize the Board of Health to enter into a 
contract or contracts to accomplish the foregoing. 

ARTICLE 41 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money for the 
proper observance of Memorial Day, to be expanded by the Board of Selectmen. 

John Keaney and Others 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $3,300.00 to carry 
out the purposes of Article 41. 

This session of the Annual Town Meeting was adjourned to March 17th at 
7:30 P.M. in the Wakefield Junior High School Auditorium by a majority vote. 

The attendance for this session was 232. 

A True Record: 

Attest: THELMA E. RENNARD 
Town Clerk 

A request for reconsideration Article 16 of the Warrant of the Annual Town 
Meeting of March 10th was received in the Town Clerk's Office on March 14th. 



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ADJOURNED SESSION 
MARCH 17, 1975 

Mr. Roger Wingate, Moderator, called the meeting to order at 7:30 P.M. in 
the auditorium of the Wakefield Junior High School. Once again he expressed 
appreciation to the pages and acknowledged the presence of the Government 
Class of Mr. Miksen. 

Mrs. Virginia Jackson, Chairman of the Library Trustees, was recognized by 
the Moderator. Her motion to take up Article 16 again was defeated. 

ARTICLE 42 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money for the 
proper observances of Veterans Day, to be expended by the Board of Selectmen. 

John Keaney and Others 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $300.00 to carry out 
the purposes of Article 42. 

ARTICLE 43 

To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for the observance of 
the Christmas season illumination of public buildings and public streets, and the 
decoration of Christmas trees upon municipal land or what it will do in relation 
thereto. 

Chamber of Commerce 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $1,000.00 to carry 
out the purposes of Article 43. 

ARTICLE 44 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $8,000.00 to 
fill a portion of school property at the Yeuell School site and to provide loam and 
seed therefor, said sum of money to be expended under the direction of the 
Wakefield School Department. 

John J. Ruehrwein and Others 

After discussion on this Article a motion that the previous question be now 
put was defeated. 

The vote was: YES: 190 NO, 143. Needed for a Vs vote was 222. The 
Moderator declared the motion did not carry. 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

ARTICLE 45 

To see if the Town will vote to name a parcel of Town -owned land located on 
Main Street; and shown as Lot 52 on Plat 10 of the Assessor's Maps, as the 
George A. Cowdrey Park, or to see what the Town will do about it. 

Alice M . Courage and Others 



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On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town name a parcel of Town -owned land located on Main 
Street and shown as Lot 52 on Plat 10 of the Assessors' Maps as the George A. 
Cowdrey Park. 

ARTICLE 46 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize and instruct the Board of Selectmen 
to lease to the Wakefield Little League Association, for a nominal consideration, 
and upon terms acceptable to the Board of Selectmen a certain parcel of land 
containing approximately 70,400 square feet, being Lots 74F and 74K as shown 
on Plat 31 of the Wakefield Assessors' Plans and lying westerly of Del Carmine 
Street, or to take any other action in relation thereto. 

Wakefield Little League Association, Inc. 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town authorize the Board of Selectmen to lease to the 
Wakefield Little League Association, for a nominal consideration, and upon 
terms acceptable to the Board of Selectmen, a certain parcel of land containing 
approximately 70,400 square feet, being Lots 74F and 74K as shown on Plat 31 of 
the Wakefield Assessors' Plans, and lying westerly of Del Carmine Street. 

ARTICLE 47 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money to provide loam and sod for installation on Fernald Field, said sum of 
money to be expended under the direction of the Board of Public Works. 

Warren L. Whiting and Others 

The Indefinite Postponement motion by the Finance Committee was 
defeated. 

Motion by Mr. Paiva: 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $7,200 to carry out the 
purposes of Article 47. 

A motion that the previous question be now put, 'carried' declared the 
Moderator. 

The motion submitted for Article 47 by Mr. Paiva carried. 

ARTICLE 48 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money to be 
used by the East Middlesex Association for Retarded Citizens in the im- 
plementation of its program under the provisions of Chapter 19 of the General 
Laws, said sum of money to be expended under the direction of the Board of 
Health, as provided in Chapter 40, Section 5, Sub -section 40C of the General 
Laws. 

East Middlesex Association for 
Retarded Citizens 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $4,000.00 to carry 
out the purposes of Article 48. 



106 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



ARTICLE 49 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money to cover 
the cost of participation of retarded children of the Town of Wakefield in the 
retarded Children's Camp program in the Town of Stoneham. 

Retarded Children's Camp Program 
On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $2,540.28 to 
carry out the purposes of Article 49. 

ARTICLE 50 

To see if the Town will vote to amend its Zoning Map and Zoning Bylaws by 
changing from a High Rise Apartment District to an Industrial District, the land 
on the northerly side of Audubon Road, bounded and described as follows: 

Beginning at a point on the northerly sideline of Audubon Road 580 feet 
northwesterly of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Highway Right of Way 
line, the line runs Northwesterly along said northerly side line of Audubon Road a 
distance of 2350 feet to a point; thence turning a right angle and running Nor- 
theasterly a distance of 600 feet to a point; thence turning and running Nor- 
thwesterly on a line 750 feet northeasterly of and parallel to the southwesterly 
property line of Lot 1, Plat 36W of the Assessors' Maps, a distance of 1100 feet to 
the Saugus River; thence Northeasterly along the said Saugus River to the 
Lynnfield -Wakefield town line; thence Northeasterly along said town line to the 
Saugus River; thence Southeasterly and Southerly along the Saugus River to a 
point; thence running Southwesterly along a line, said line being at a right angle 
to the said Northerly side line of Audubon Road, a distance of 1050 feet to the 
point of beginning; said parcel containing approximately 144 acres. 

Burton F. Whitcomb and Others 

On Motion by Planning Board: That the Town amend its Zoning Map and 
Zoning Bylaws by changing from a High Rise Apartment District back to an 
Industrial District the tract of land described in Article 50. 

A formal motion was made by Chairman, Joseph S. R. Zagarella. This 
motion required a 2 A vote. Moderator, Roger Wingate declared: 
UNANIMOUSLY carried. 

The Report is on file in the office of the Town Clerk. 

Boston, Massachusetts May 13, 1975 

The foregoing amendment to Zoning Bylaws under Article 50 of the Warrant 
is hereby approved. 

HENRY F.O'CONNELL 
Assistant Attorney General 

ARTICLE 51 

To see if the Town will vote to amend its Zoning Bylaws by deleting 
therefrom Section 5. High Rise Apartment Districts and that Sections 6, 7, 8, 9, 
9A, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 be re-numbered Sections 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 9A, 10, 11, 
12, 13, 14 and 15 respectively; and further that any reference to High Rise 



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Apartment Districts be eliminated from the Zoning Bylaws wherever applicable. 

Burton F. Whitcomb and Others 

On Motion by Planning Board: That the Town amend its Zoning Bylaws by 
deleting Section 5, High Rise Apartment District, from the Bylaws, renumbering 
the folio wings Sections, and eliminating any references to the High Rise Apart- 
ment District from the Bylaws, all as set forth in Article 51. 

Town Planning Board 

A formal motion was made by Chairman, Joseph S. R. Zagarella. The 
Moderator declared the motion carried. 196 present and voting, in the affirmative 
181, in the negative 15, required for 2 A — 131. 

The Report is on file in the office of the Town Clerk. 

Boston, Massachusetts May 13, 1975 

The foregoing amendment to Zoning Bylaws under Article 51 of the Warrant 
is hereby approved. 

HENRY F. O'CONNELL 
Assistant Attorney General 

That the Town vote to amend its Zoning Bylaws and Zoning Map by adding 
after the Section entitled Municipal Disposal Area, a new section Flood Plain 
Districts, as appears in Article 52, with the following amendments: 

1. That the phrase, "but not including any non-profit social, civic or 
recreational use the chief activity of which is one customarily conducted as a 
business" be substituted for the phrase "but not including any use the chief 
activity of which is one customarily conducted as a business" in Section (3), 
paragraph 1, Permitted Uses in Flood Plain Districts. 

2. That the phrase, "except in accordance with General Laws, Chapter 131, 
Section 40, as amended by Chapter 784 of the Acts of 1972," be inserted between 
the words "operation" and "except" in Section (3), paragraph 1, Permitted Uses 
in Flood Plain Districts. 

3. That the phrase, "and if the use of such land will not be detrimental to the 
public health, safety and welfare," be deleted from Section (5), Paragraph (a), 
Uses Allowed by the Building Code Board of Appeals. 

and 

4. That a new Paragraph (d) be added to Section (5), Uses Allowed by the 
Building Code Board of Appeals, as follows: 

ARTICLE 52 

To see if the Town will vote to amend its Zoning Bylaws and Zoning Map by 
inserting a new section: FLOOD PLAIN DISTRICTS 

(1.) PURPOSE 

The purpose of this section, in addition to the purposes enumerated in the 
preamble to these Zoning Bylaws, is to provide that lands in the Town of 
Wakefield subject to seasonal or periodic flooding as described hereinafter shall 
not be used for residence or other purposes in such a manner as to endanger the 
health, safety or welfare of the occupants thereof. 



108 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



(2.) LOCATION 

The location of the Flood Plain District shall include the areas shown on the 
"General and Zoning Map for the Town of Wakefield, Mass." dated November 
16, 1925, as amended. The location of said district are more specifically described 
as follows: 

A. SAUGUS RIVER 

All that land along or sloping toward the Saugus River that is at or below the 
following elevations expressed in feet above mean sea level, U.S.C. & G.S. 
datum. 

1. From the Wakefield-Saugus Town line at Water Street at elevation 57.0 
feet above mean sea level, to the Wakefield-Saugus-Lynnfield Town corner ap- 
proximately 1.0 miles northeasterly along the river, at elevation 59.0 feet above 
mean sea level. 

2. From the Wakefield-Saugus-Lynnfield Town corner at elevation 59.0 feet 
above mean sea level, to immediately downstream of Salem Street at elevation 
64.0 feet above mean sea level. 

3. From immediately upstream of Salem Street at elevation 66.5 feet above 
mean sea level, to the downstream end of the City of Lynn Diversion Dam at an 
elevation of 70.0 feet above mean sea level. 

4. From the City of Lynn Diversion Dam at elevation 75.0 feet above mean 
sea level to the Boston and Maine Railroad at elevation 76.0 feet above mean sea 
level. 

5. From the Boston and Main Railroad at elevation 76.0 feet above mean sea 
level, to the outlet of Lake Quannapowitt at Lowell Street at elevation 80.5 feet 
above mean sea level. 

B. MILL RIVER 

All that land along or sloping toward Mill River that is at or below the 
following elevations expressed in feet above mean sea level, U.S.C. & G.S. 
datum. 

1. From the confluence of the Mill River with the Saugus River at elevation 
58.0 feet above mean sea level, to the downstream end of Salem Street at 
elevation 58.5 feet above mean sea level. 

2. From the upstream end of Salem Street at elevation 60.0 above mean sea 
level to Lowell Street at elevation 65.0 feet above mean sea level. 

The flood plain elevation for any land is determined by interpolation between 
the upstream and downstream flood plain elevations on the basis of its relative 
distance in feet from the upstream and downstream ends of the appropriate 
"reaches" of the river, stream or water course. 

All water bodies and wetlands delineated by an area shown on the Zoning 
Map or by description are hereby included within the Flood Plain District. 

(3.) PERMITTED USES IN FLOOD PLAIN DISTRICTS 

In a Flood Plain District no building shall be erected, enlarged or moved and 
no premises shall be used except for one or more of the following uses: 

1. Municipal recreation, public water supply, drainage or flood control use, 
orchard, truck garden, nursery or similar open use of the land for the raising of 
agriculture or horticultural crops; and if authorized by the Board of Appeals, 



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commercial golf course or non-profit social, civic or recreational use, but not 
including any use the chief activity of which is one customarily conducted as a 
business; and buildings and sheds accessory to any of the above uses, as long as 
such use is permitted in the underlying district in which the land is classified, but 
no dumping, filling, or earth transfer or relocation operation except for utility 
trenches, driveways, landscaping, accessory building foundations, or municipal 
or public facilities enumerated above. 

Buildings and structures accessory to any of the above flood plain uses and 
driveways are permitted, subject to conditions stated in Section 5 of this Flood 
Plain Bylaw. 

2. Dwellings lawfully existing prior to the adoption of these provisions, but 
which shall not thereafter be enlarged or extended. Accessory use as defined in 
Section 2B (9) of the Zoning Bylaws is permitted. 

(4.) RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER DISTRICTS 

All lands within the Flood Plain Districts are included in one or more of the 
other districts defined by this Bylaw. The permitted uses specified within the 
Flood Plain Districts, Sub-section (3) take precedence in area so classified. If, 
however, an exception under Flood Plain Districts, Subsection (5) is granted by 
the Board of Appeals then the permitted uses of the underlying zoning district 
shall govern. 

(5.) USES ALLOWED BY THE BOARD OF APPEALS 

(a) If any land shown on the Zoning Map or defined in this Bylaw as being in 
a Flood Plain District is proven by the applicant to be in fact not subject to 
flooding or not unsuitable for human occupancy because of drainage and 
topographic conditions , and if the use of such land will not be detrimental to the 
pub he health, safety and welfare, the Board of Appeals may permit buildings for 
human occupancy on such land in accordance with the requirements of the un- 
derlying district after the necessary proof has been presented to and reported by 
the Planning Board and the Board of Health. 

(b) Such special permit shall be applied for in the manner required for regular 
building permits, but shall be superscribed FLOOD PLAIN DISTRICT 
BUILDING APPLICATION. The Building Inspector shall issue such special 
permit only as directed by the Board of Appeals in accordance with the regular 
and Flood Plain zoning provisions and subject to any limitation or conditions 
imposed by the Board of Appeals after public hearings . Notice of each such Flood 
Plain Building Permit application shall be given to the Town Department of 
Public Works, to the Town Board of Health, and to the Town Planning Board. 

(c) The Board of Appeals, in hearing each such application, shall consider, in 
addition to any other factors said board deems pertinent, the following aspects 
with respect to flooding and Flood Plain District zoning provisions: 

1. Geographic location of proposed building and security of driveway or 
walkway access to it during flooding; 

2. Foundation elevations of proposed building and security of foundations 
during flooding, including assurance that foundations would not be undermined 
and that the proposed building would not be loated-off, swept away, or battered - 
off during flooding; 

3. Disposal of sewage from the proposed buildings and containment of 
sewage during flooding; 



110 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



4. Safety of water, sewage, gas, electric and fuel utilities from breaking, 
leaking, short-circuiting, grounding, igniting, electrocution or other dangers 
during flooding.; this Flood Plain District section to follow the Municipal 
Disposal Area section and to be listed in Section 1, Districts, Classes of 
Districts (a). 

Town Planning Board 

"(d) Any application to the Building Code Board of Appeals under this 
Section shall be accompanied by a site plan prepared in accordance with rules 
established by the Building Code Board of Appeals." 

And it is further moved that this Flood Plain District section be listed in 
Section 1, Districts, Classes of Districts (a). 

Town Planning Board 

A formal motion was made by Chairman, Joseph S. R. Zagarella. Moderator 
declared a 2 A vote was required. The vote was: 

YES, 94 - NO, 68 - 108 was needed for a 2 / 3 vote. 

The Moderator declared it did not carry. 

It was voted by a majority on motion by Selectmen, James Good to adjourn 
this session to March 24, 7:30 P.M. in the Wakefield Junior High School 
auditorium, Wakefield, Massachusetts. 

A True Record: 

Attest: THELMA E. RENNARD 

Town Clerk 



ADJOURNED SESSION 
MARCH 24, 1975 

The meeting was called to order by Moderator Roger H . Wingate with 287 in 
attendance. 

The Moderator asked for a round of applause in thankfulness for the services 
performed by the pages. 

ARTICLE 53 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, and /or transfer from 
available funds, the sum of $53,000.00 to provide an aerial survey and the 
development of topographic maps and plans therefrom in order to delineate the 
flood plain in Wakefield, said sum of money to be expended under the direction of 
the Board of Public Works. 

Town Planning Board 

The Article was discussed by Chairman, Joseph S. R. Zagarella. 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 111 



ARTICLE 54 

To see if the Town will vote to amend its Zoning Bylaws by deleting from 
Section 2A, Special Single Residence Districts, Yards (d) and from Section 2B, 
Single Residence Districts, Yards (d) the two clauses reading "provided that the 
width of one side year may be reduced one foot for each foot that the width of the 
other side yard is increased, but no side year shall be less than six feet wide," and 
by changing in Section 3, General Residence Districts, Yards (c) the side yard 
requirement from six to ten feet so that the first clause of the second sentence will 
read "No side yard shall be less than ten feet wide,". 

Town Planning Board 

On Motion By Planning Board: 

That the Town amend its Zoning Bylaws by deleting from Section 2A, 
Special Single Residence Districts, Yards (d) and from Section 2B, Single 
Residence Districts, Yards (d) the two clauses reading "provided that the width 
of one side yard may be reduced one foot for each foot that the width of the other 
side yard is increased, but no side yard shall be less than six feet wide," and by 
changing in Section 3, General Residence Districts, Yards, (c) the side 
requirement from six to ten feet so that the first clause of the second sentence will 
read "No side yard shall be less than ten feet wide. " 

Town Planning Board 

A formal motion was made by the Planning Board which required a 2 A vote. 
The Moderator declared the motion carried unanimously. 

The Report is on file in the office of the Town Clerk. 

Boston, Massachusetts May 13, 1975 

The foregoing amendment to the Zoning Bylaws under Article 54 of the 
Warrant is hereby approved. 

HENRY F. O'CONNELL 
Assistant Attorney General 

ARTICLE 55 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money for the improvement of lighting at Veterans Field by the addition of nine 
lights, a new transformer, underground wiring, and the relocation of the control 
switch, said sum of money to be expended by the Municipal Light Department. 

Recreation Commission 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $3,300.00 to carry 
out the purposes of Article 55. 

ARTICLE 56 

To see if the Town will vote to abandon as a way that portion of Lake Avenue 
extending from Spaulding Street to Lake Quannapowitt, and that the Board of 
Public Works be authorized to take whatever steps or process requireed under law 
to accomplish same, and that such abandoned portion of Lake Avenue be used for 
recreational purposes. 

Recreation Commission 



112 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

ARTICLE 57 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to make 
application from time to time, for a grant or grants as such grant or grants may 
become available from the Department of Housing and Urban Development under 
the so-called Community Development Program, and to develop or cause to be 
developed under its direction programs, goals and objectives for submission to 
the Department of Housing and Urban Development in conjunction with such 
application or applications, and to expend any funds received without further 
appropriation. 

Board of Selectmen 
Chairman John Hanson discussed the Article. 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town authorize the Board of Selectmen to make application 
from time to time for a grant or grants, as such grant or grants may become 
available, from the Department of Housing and Urban Development under the so- 
called Community Development Program, and to develop or cause to be 
developed under its direction, programs, goals and objectives for submission to 
the Department of Housing and Urban Development in conjunction with such 
application or applications, and to expend any funds received without further 
appropriation. 

ARTICLE 58 

To see what sum the Town will vote to return to the Town Treasury from the 
balance in the Operating Fund of the Municipal Light Department as of June 30, 
1975, and to authorize the Assessors to use said sum in computing the tax rate for 
the fiscal period ending June 30, 1976, and also to see what sum the Town will 
authorize the Municipal Light Department to transfer from the balance in its 
Operating Fund as of June 30, 1975, to the Construction Fund of the Municipal 
Light Department. 

Municipal Light Commissioners 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town return to the Town Treasury the sum of $200,000.00 
from the balance of the Operating Fund of the Municipal Light Department as of 
June 30, 1975, and authorize the Assessors to use said sum in computing the tax 
rate for the fiscal year 1976. The balance remaining in the Operating Fund as of 
June 30, 1975 after the transfer, shall be retained in the Operating Fund and 
subject to further Town Meeting action. 

ARTICLE 59 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Assessors to use such 
free cash as may be in the treasury or any part thereof in computing the tax rate 
for the fiscal period ending, June 30, 1976. 

JOHN J. MCCARTHY 
Town Accountant 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 113 



On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Board of Assessors be authorized to use an amount of free 
cash in the treasury not to exceed $600,000.00 in computing the tax rate for fiscal 
year 1976; and that the Assessors shall use an amount of estimated receipts not in 
excess of the amount authorized by statute in determining the tax rate for the 
fiscal year 1976. 

Selectman James Good arose to make the motion that the meeting be now 
dissolved. The motion carried by a majority. 

A True Record: 

Attest: THELMA E. RENNARD 
Town Clerk 

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 
MARCH 24,1975 

The meeting was called to order by Moderator Roger H. Wingate at 7:30 
P.M. in the auditorium of the Wakefield Junior High School. 

On motion by Chairman, John A. Hanson, Finance Committee: 

Voted: That further reading of the Warrant with the exception of the Con- 
stable's return be dispensed with. 

The Constable's Return read by the Town Clerk. 

There were 384 in attendance. 

ARTICLE 1 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Chapter XVII of the General By-laws 
of the Town, said amendment to become effective July 1, 1975, by deleting 
Section 7, Schedules B, D, and E therefrom and substituting the following: 

SCHEDULE B 
GENERAL WEEKLY SALARY SCHEDULE 

Grade 

S-l 

S-2 

S-3 

S-4 

S-5 

S-6 

S-7 

S-8 

S-9 

S-10 

S-ll 

S-12 

S-13 

S-14 

S-15 



Min. 


II 


III 


IV 


V 


106.50 


112.25 


118.50 


122.25 


125.95 


112.25 


118.50 


125.95 


129.65 


133.35 


118.50 


125.95 


133.35 


137.65 


141.95 


125.95 


133.35 


141.95 


146.85 


151.70 


133.35 


141.95 


151.70 


157.10 


162.60 


141.95 


151.70 


162.60 


168.90 


175.15 


151.70 


162.60 


175.15 


182.20 


189.20 


162.60 


175.15 


189.20 


196.95 


209.70 


175.15 


189.20 


204.70 


213.50 


222.30 


189.20 


204.70 


222.30 


231.90 


241.30 


204.70 


222.30 


241.30 


251.75 


262.20 


222.30 


241.30 


262.20 


274.50 


286.80 


241.30 


262.20 


286.80 


299.65 


312.55 


262.20 


286.80 


312.55 


326.30 


340.00 


286.80 


312.55 


340.00 


355.50 


370.95 



114 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

SCHEDULE D 

HOURLY WAGE SCHEDULE 

HOURLY RATES CONTROLLING 

WEEKLY RATES COMPUTED AT HOURLY RATE X 40 

Compensation 
Grade 

W-l 
W-2 
W-3 
W-4 
W-5 
W-6 
W-7 
W-8 
W-9 

SCHEDULE E 

MISCELLANEOUS COMPENSATION SCHEDULE 
FOR PART-TIME AND SEASONAL POSITIONS 





Min. 


II 


HI 


Max/IV 


H 


3.78 


3.92 


4.10 


4.27 


W 


151.20 


156.80 


164.00 


170.80 


H 


3.97 


4.13 


4.30 


4.42 


W 


158.80 


165.20 


172.00 


176.80 


H 


4.13 


4.30 


4.46 


4.58 


W 


165.20 


172.00 


178.40 


183.20 


H 


4.30 


4.46 


4.61 


4.75 


W 


172.00 


178.40 


184.40 


190.00 


H 


4.46 


4.61 


4.78 


4.91 


W 


178.40 


184.40 


191.20 


196.40 


H 


4.61 


4.78 


4.96 


5.10 


W 


184.40 


191.20 


198.40 


204.00 


H 


4.78 


4.96 


5.13 


5.29 


W 


191.20 


198.40 


205.20 


211.60 


H 


4.96 


5.13 


5.33 


5.54 


W 


198.40 


205.20 


213.20 


221.60 


H 


5.13 


5.35 


5.54 


5.79 


W 


205.20 


214.00 


221.60 


231.60 



Basis of 














Compensation 




Min. 


II 


III 


IV 


Max./V 


M-l 


Hourly 


2.90 


2.95 


3.01 


3.20 


3.35 


M-2 


Hourly 


2.96 


3.01 


3.12 






M-3 


Hourly 


3.82 


3.98 


4.19 


4.35 


4.52 


M-3A 


Annual 


1,974.00 


2,074.00 


2,178.00 


2,265.00 


2,356.00 


M-4 


Annual 


2,995.00 


3,190.00 


3,381.00 


3,517.00 


3,671.00 


M-5 


Annual 


3,670.00 


3,904.00 


4,096.00 


4,287.00 


4,442.00 


M-6 


Annual 


6,240.00 


6,492.00 


6,761.00 


7,033.00 


7,323.00 


M-7 


Annual 


6,532.00 


6,781.00 


7,033.00 


7,323.00 


7,612.00 



and that the Town raise and appropriate, or transfer from available funds, a 
sufficient sum of money to carry out the purposes of this article. 

Personnel Board 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town amend Chapter XVII of the General Bylaws of the 
Town by deleting Section 7, Schedule B, Schedule D and Schedule E, and sub- 
stituting Section 7, Schedule B, Schedule D and Schedule E, as described in 



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Article 1, and to provide therefor the Town raise and appropriate the sum of 
$132,549.83, to be allocated as follows: 

Selectmen's Department — Personal Services $1,261.64 

Accounting Department — Personal Services 5,925.39 

Treasurer's Department — Personal Services 1,346.20 

Legal Department — Personal Services 560.50 

Tax Collector's Department — Personal Services 2,100.55 

Assessors' Department — Personal Services 3,004.70 

Town Clerk's Department — Personal Services 1,246.05 

Registrars Department — Personal Services 160.00 

Personnel Board — Personal Services 154.10 

Civil Defense — Personal Services 254.84 

Building Department — Personal Services 2,553.72 

Sealer of Weights & Measures — Personal Services 310.00 

Animal Inspector — Personal Services 646.60 

Health Department — Personal Services 1,954.05 

Group Insurance — Personal Services 887.22 

Retirement Department — Personal Services 1,054.70 

Veterans' Department — Personal Services 1,427.95 

Library Department — Personal Services 13,773.44 

Fire Department — Personal Services 601.55 

Police Department — Personal Services 1,248.15 

Data Processing Department — Personal Services 2,040.05 

Public Works Department — Personal Services 69,418.80 

Public Works , Water Division — Personal Services 1 7 , 769 . 63 

Public Works, Snow & Ice — Personal Services 2,850.00 

Moderator, Roger Wingate, declared the motion carried. 

ARTICLE 2 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Chapter XVII of the General Bylaws of 
the Town said amendment to become effective July 1, 1975, by deleting Section 7, 
Schedule C, therefrom and substituting the following: 

SCHEDULE C 
POLICE-FIRE WEEKLY SALARY SCHEDULE 



Compensation 










Grade 


Min. 


II 


III 


Max/IV 


PF-1 


205.00 


214.00 


222.00 


231.00 


PF-2 


244.00 


259.00 


271.00 


285.00 


PF-3 


285.00 


299.00 


315.00 


330.00 


PF-4 


330.00 


348.00 


366.00 


384.00 



and to provide therefor that the Town raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money. 

Personnel Board 



116 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town amend Chapter XVII of the General Bylaws of the 
Town by deleting Section 7, Schedule C, and substituting Section 7, Schedule C, 
as described in Article 2, and to provide therefor that the Town raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $136,115.73 to be allocated as follows: 

Police Department — Personal Services $58 , 7 74 . 53 

Fire Department — Personal Services 77,341.20 

Chairman, John Hanson, discussed this motion. 

The Moderator declared the motion carried. 

ARTICLE -3 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Schedule A of Section 7, Chapter XVII 
of the General Bylaws of the Town, said amendment to become effective July 1, 
1975, by adding to "Manual Class" the following: 

Working Foreman — Mechanics W-9 

Personnel Board 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town amend Schedule A of Section 7, Chapter XVII, of the 
General Bylaws of the Town, said amendment to become effective July 1, 1975, 
by adding to "Manuel Class" the following: 

Working Foreman — mechanics W-9 

Favorable action recommended by the Finance Committee. 

The Moderator declared the motion carried. 

ARTICLE 4 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Chapter XVII of the General By-laws 
of the Town, said amendment to become effective July 1, 1975, by deleting 
Section 12 (a) Paid Holidays, and substituting the following: 

"(a) The following days or dates shall be recognized as legal holidays within 
the meaning of this bylaw: 

New Year's Day First day in January 

Martin Luther King Day 15th of January 

Washington's Birthday Third Monday in February 

Patriot's Day Third Monday in April 

Memorial Day Last Monday in May 

Independence Day 4th of July 

Labor Day First Monday of September 

Columbus Day 12th of October 

Veterans' Day 11th of November 

Thanksgiving Day The Thurs. in Nov. so proclaimed 

Christmas Day 25th of December 

on which days or dates employees shall be excused from all duty not required to 
maintain essential Town services," and that the Town raise and appropriate a 
sufficient sum of money to provide therefor. 

Personnel Board 



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On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town amend Chapter XVII of the General Bylaws of the 
Town, said amendment to become effective July 1, 1975, by deleting Section 12 

(a) Paid Holidays, and substituting the schedule appearing in Article 4, and to 
provide therefor that the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $6,440.38, to be 
allocated as follows: 

Fire Department — Personal Services $3,230.82 

Police Department — Personal Services 3,209.56 

Chairman John Hanson discussed the Article. 

The Moderator declared the motion carried. 

ARTICLE 5 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Chapter XVII of the General Bylaws of 
the Town, said amendment to become effective July 1, 1975, by deleting Section 
14 (b) Sick Leave, and substituting the following: 

"(b) The employee occupying a position in the classification plan shall be 
credited with the unused portion of leave granted pursuant to subsection (a) up to 
a maximum of one hundred twenty days." 

Personnel Board 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town amend Chapter XVII of the General Bylaws of the 
Town, said amendment to become effective July 1, 1975, by deleting Section 14 

(b) Sick Leave, and substituting Section 14 (b) as described in Article 5. 

The Moderator declared the motion carried by a majority. 

ARTICLE 6 

To see if the Town will vote to implement the Employees Contributory Group 
Health, Accident and Life Insurance Budget by raising and appropriating thereto 
a sufficient sum of money therefor, to become effective on January 1 , 1976. 

Personnel Board 
On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town implement the Employees Contributory Group 
Health, Accident and Life Insurance Budget by raising and appropriating thereto 
the sum of $60,730.43 to become effective on January 1, 1976, and to provide 
therefor that the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of $54,526.44, 
and to transfer from the Light Operation Account of the Municipal Light 
Department to the Employees Group Insurance Account the sum of $6,203.99. 

Favorable action was recommended by the Finance Committee 

The Moderator declared the motion carried. 

ARTICLE 7 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money to implement the Personal Services portion of the Police Department 
budget for expenditure to the Traffic Supervisors. 

Board of Selectmen 



118 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $3,380.00 to im- 
plement the Personal Services portion of the Police Department budget for ex- 
penditure to the Traffic Supervisors. 

At 8:40 P.M. Chairman Good made the motion that this Special Meeting be 
now dissolved. 

The Moderator declared the motion carried by a majority vote. 

A True Record: 

Attest: THELMA E. RENNARD 
Town Clerk 



SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 
JUNE 16, 1975 

The meeting was called to order by Moderator Roger H. Wingate at 7:30 
P.M. in the auditorium of the Wakefield Junior High School. 

On motion by Chairman, John A. Hanson, Finance Committee: 

Voted: That further reading of the warrant, with the exception of the Con- 
stable's return be dispensed with. 

The Constable's return was read by the Town Clerk. 

The Moderator recognized the pages and Boy Scout 7th grader, D. Rugato. 

There were 150 people in attendance. 

ARTICLE 1 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, by transfer or other- 
wise, a sufficient sum of money to purchase a microfilm camera and microfilm 
reader-printer, together with the necessary supplies; said sum of money to be 
expended under the direction of the Library Trustees, or to take any other action 
relative thereto. 

Library Board of Trustees 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of 
$1 1 ,505 .60 to carry out the purposes of Article # 1 . 

ARTICLE 2 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, by transfer or other- 
wise, a sufficient sum of money to purchase a microfilm processor, together with 
the necessary supplies; said sum of money to be expended under the direction of 
the Library Trustees, or to take any other action relative thereto. 

Library Board of Trustees 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinite postponement. 



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ARTICLE 3 

To see if the Town will vote to supplement the Protection of Persons and 
Property Budget for the fiscal period July 1, 1974 to June 30, 1975 by adding to 
the Police Department Budget and the Fire Department budget a sufficient sum 
of money, and to provide therefor that the Town appropriate such sum of money 
from the Excess and Deficiency Account, or to take any other action relative 
thereto. 

Board of Selectmen 
On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town transfer from the Excess and Deficiency Account to 
the Fire Department Materials and Supplies Account the sum of $1,600.00, and 
to the Police Department Materials and Supplies Account the sum of $3,000.00 
and to the Police Department Personal Services Account the sum of $39,000.00 to 
supplement the Protection of Persons and Property Budget for the Fiscal period 
July 1, 1974 to June 30, 1975. 

Mr. Charles Willis of the Finance Committee discussed this Article. 

ARTICLE 4 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Chapter 17 of the Bylaws of the Town, 
the so-called Personnel Bylaw, by deleting therefrom subsection (d) (1) Police 
Classes, from Section 11, Overtime Compensation, and substituting the 
following: 

"(1) Police Classes 

An officer or patrolman shall be compensated at one and one -half times his 
regular hourly rate, such hourly rate to be his regular weekly rate divided by 
thirty -nine, for hours worked in excess of eight hours during a regularly assigned 
work day , provided that he has been credited with payment at his regular rate for 
his regularly assigned work week. 

Board of Selectmen 
On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town amend Chapter 17 of the Bylaws of the Town, the so- 
called Personnel Bylaw, by deleting therefrom Section (d) (1) Police Classes, 
from Section 11, Overtime Compensation, and substituting the following: 

(1) Police Classes: an officer or patrolman shall be compensated at one and 
one half times his regular hourly rate, such hourly rate to be his regular weekly 
rate divided by thirty -nine for hours worked in excess of eight hours during a 
regularly assigned work day and for all hours worked on other than a regularly 
assigned work day, provided that he has been credited with payment at his 
regular rate for his regularly assigned work week. 

ARTICLE 5 

To see whether the Town will approve the construction of a new housing 
project by the Wakefield Housing Authority, namely a Housing Project for 
Elderly Persons, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 121B of the 
Massachusetts General Laws and all Acts in amendment thereof and in addition 
thereto, or to take any other action relative thereto. 

Wakefield Housing Authority 



120 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town approve the construction of a new housing project by 
the Wakefield Housing Authority, namely a housing project for elderly persons, 
pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 12 IB of the Massachusetts General Laws 
and all Acts in amendment thereof and in addition thereto. 

ARTICLE 6 

To see if the Town will vote to amend its zoning map and zoning by-laws by 
changing from an "industrial district" to a "Apartment district" the land on the 
Northerly side of Broadway at its intersection with Foundry Street, bounded and 
described as follows: 

Beginning at a point on the Northerly sideline of Broadway, said point being 
the intersection of the Northerly sideline of Broadway with the Westerly sideline 
of Foundry Street, thence running Southwesterly along the said Northerly 
sideline of Broadway a distance of approximately 267 feet to a point; thence 
Northwesterly along the Westerly lot line of Lot 100 a distance of approximately 
166 feet to a point, said point being the Northwesterly property corner of Lot 
100; thence Southwesterly along the Northerly lot lines of Lot 100, Lot 101, Lot 
102 and Lot 103 a distance of approximately 278 feet to a point on the Westerly 
sideline of said Foundry Street; thence Southeasterly along the Westerly sideline 
of Foundry Street a distance of 150 feet to the point of beginning, the same being 
Lots 100, 101, 102 and 103 of Plan 13 of the Assessors' maps, and containing 
43,210 square feet. 

Wakefield Housing Authority 

On Motion by Planning Board: 

Voted: That action on the subject matter of Article 6 be indefinitely post- 
poned. 

Chairman, Joseph S. R. Zagarella made the report on this Article. 

The Report is on file in the Town Clerk's Office. 

ARTICLE 7 

To see if the Town will vote to convey for a nominal consideration to the 
Wakefield Housing Authority for the purpose of constructing additional units to 
the housing projects for elderly persons of low income, the following described 
premises: 

Beginning at a point on the Northerly sideline of Broadway, said point being 
the intersection of the Northerly sideline of Broadway with the Westerly sideline 
of Foundry Street, thence running Southwesterly along the said Northerly 
sideline of Broadway a distance of approximately 267 feet to a point; thence 
Northwesterly along the Westerly lot line of Lot 100 a distance of approximately 
166 feet to a point, said point being the Northwesterly property corner of Lot 
100; thence Southwesterly along the Northerly lot lines of Lot 100, Lot 101, Lot 
102 and Lot 103 a distance of approximately 278 feet to a point on the Westerly 
sideline of said Foundry Street; thence Southeasterly along the Westerly sideline 
of Foundry Street a distance of 150 feet to the point of beginning, the same being 
Lots 100, 101, 102 and 103 of Plat 13 of the Assessors' maps, and containing 
43,210 square feet. 

Wakefield Housing Authority 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 121 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

Vera Spracklin made a motion to table Article 7 and to again take up Article 
6. 

This motion did not carry. 

Article 7 was again taken up. Mr. Hudson made a motion that the question 
be now put. 

It was carried by a Vz vote, the Moderator declared. 

Mr. Morley made a motion to again take up Article 5. This required a 2 A 
vote. 

This motion did not carry. 

ARTICLE 8 

To see if the Town will vote to purchase from the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts, for municipal purposes, the land with the buildings thereon 
situated on the westerly side of Main Street at its intersection with the southerly 
side of Armory Street, the same being Lot 119C, Plat 13 of the Assessors' Maps, 
and to provide therefor, that the Town raise and appropriate the sum of One 
Dollar; and further, that the Board of Selectmen be authorized and empowered, 
for and in behalf of the Town, to enter into an agreement or agreements with the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts to effectuate said purchase upon such terms 
and conditions as the Board of Selectmen may deem necessary or required to 
accomplish the foregoing. 

Board of Selectmen 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town purchase from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
for municipal purposes, the land with the buildings thereon situated on the 
westerly side of Main Street at its intersection with the southerly side of Armory 
Street the same being Lot 119C, Plat 13 of the Assessors' Maps, and to provide 
therefor, the Town transfer from the Excess and Deficiency Account the sum of 
One ($1.00) dollar; and further, that the Board of Selectmen be authorized and 
empowered, for and in behalf of the Town, to enter into an agreement or 
agreements with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to effectuate said purchase 
upon such terms and conditions as the Board of Selectmen may deem necessary or 
required to accomplish the foregoing. 

Chairman, John Hanson, discussed this Article. It required a 2 /a vote. 

The Vote was: YES, 165 - NO, 11 

Needed: 117 

The Moderator declared the motion carried. 

ARTICLE 9 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, by transfer or other- 
wise, a sufficient sum of money to supplement the Public Works budget for the 
fiscal period July 1, 1975 to June 30, 1976 for the necessary and required main- 



122 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



tenance and operation of the Armory Building, or to take any other action relative 
thereto. 

Board of Public Works 
On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of 
$42,100.00 to supplement the Public Works Budget for the Fiscal Period July 1, 
1975 to June 30, 1976 for the necessary and required maintenance and operation 
of the Armory building, said sum to be allocated as follows: 

Department of Public Works 

Personal Services Account $2 1 , 600 .00 

Department of Public Works 

Materials and Supplies Account $12,500.00 

Department of Public Works 

Contractual Services Account $ 8,000.00 

ARTICLE 10 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate by transfer or otherwise, 
a sufficient sum of money for necessary or required alterations, repairs and 
refurbishment of the Armory Building, said sum of money to be expended under 
the direction of the Board of Public Works, or to take any other action relative 
thereto. 

Board of Public Works 
On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of 
$33,500.00 to carry out the purposes of Article #10. 

ARTICLE 11 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Chapter V, Section 13 of the General 
Bylaws of the Town by deleting therefrom the fourth paragraph, and substituting 
the following: 

"An owner or keeper reclaiming a dog confined under this bylaw shall pay an 
administrative fee of Ten ($10.00) Dollars, plus the sum of Two ($2.00) Dollars 
per day for each day of confinement for the care of such dog, to a total maximum 
of Twenty ($20.00) Dollars." 

Board of Selectmen 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town amend Chapter 5, Section 13 of the General Bylaws of 
the Town by deleting therefrom the fourth paragraph, and substituting the 
following: 

"An owner or keeper reclaiming a dog confined under this Bylaw shall pay an 
administrative fee of Ten ($10.00) dollars, plus the sum of Two ($2.00) dollars per 
day for each day of confinement for the care of such dog to a total maximum of 
Twenty ($20.00) dollars." 
Boston, Mass. September 23, 1975 



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The foregoing amendment to the General Bylaws adopted under Article 11 of the 
Warrant is hereby approved. 

Francis X. Bellotti 
Attorney General 

ARTICLE 12 

To see if the Town will vote to amend its Zoning Bylaws and Zoning Map by 
inserting a new section: FLOOD PLAIN DISTRICTS 

(1) PURPOSE 

The purpose of this section, in addition to the purposes enumerated in the 
preamble to these Zoning Bylaws, is to provide that lands in the Town of 
Wakefield subject to seasonal or periodic flooding as described hereinafter shall 
not be used for residence or other purposes in such a manner as to endanger the 
health, safety or welfare of the occupants thereof. 

(2) LOCATION 

The location of the Flood Plain District shall include the areas shown on the 
"General and Zoning Map for the Town of Wakefield, Mass." dated November 
16, 1925, as amended. The locations of said district are more specifically described 
as follows: 

A. SAUGUS RIVER 

All that land along or sloping toward the Saugus River that is at or below the 
following elevations expressed in feet above mean sea level, U.S.C. & G.S. 
datum. 

1. From the Wakefield -Saugus Town line at Water Street at elevation 57.0 feet 
above mean sea level, to the Wakefield-Saugus-Lynnfield Town corner ap- 
proximately 1.0 miles northeasterly along the river, at elevation 59.0 feet above 
mean sea level. 

2. From the Wakefield-Saugus-Lynnfield Town corner at elevation 59.0 feet 
above mean sea level, to immediately downstream of Salem Street at elevation 
64.0 feet above mean sea level. 

3. From immediately upstream of Salem Street at elevation 66.5 feet above mean 
sea level, to the downstream end of the City of Lynn Diversion Dam at an 
elevation of 70.0 feet above mean sea level. 

4. From the City of Lynn Diversion Dam at elevation 75.0 feet above mean sea 
level to the Boston and Maine Railroad at elevation 76.0 feet above mean sea 

level. 

5. From the Boston and Main Railroad at elevation 76.0 feet above mean sea 
level, to the outlet of Lake Quannapowitt at Lowell Street at elevation 80.5 feet 
above mean sea level. 

B. MILL RIVER 

All that land along or sloping toward Mill River that is at or below the 
following elevations expressed in feet above mean sea level, U.S.C. & G.S. 
datum. 

1. From the confluence of the Mill River with the Saugus River at elevation 58.0 



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feet above mean sea level, to the downstream end of Salem Street at elevation 
58.5 feet above mean sea level. 

2. From the upstream end of Salem Street at elevation 60.0 feet above mean sea 
level to Lowell Street at elevation 65.0 feet above mean sea level. 

The flood plain elevation for any land is determined by interpolation between 
the upstream and downstream flood plain elevations on the basis of its relative 
distance in feet from the upstream and downstream ends of the appropriate 
"reaches" of the river, stream or water course. 

All water bodies and wetlands delineated by an area shown on the Zoning 
Map or by description are hereby included within the Flood Plain District. 

(3) PERMITTED USES IN FLOOD PLAIN DISTRICTS 

In a Flood Plain District no building shall be erected, enlarged or moved and 
no premises shall be used except for one or more of the following uses: 

1. Municipal recreation, public water supply, drainage or flood control use, 
orchard, truck garden, nursery or similar open use of the land for the raising of 
agriculture of horticultural crops; and if authorized by the Building Code Board of 
Appeals, commercial golf course or non-profit social, civic or recreational use, 
provided such non-profit social, civic or recreational use is not one customarily 
conducted as a business; and buildings and sheds accessory to any of the above 
uses, as long as such use is permitted in the underlying district in which the land 
is classified; and dumping, filling, excavation, earth transfer or relocation 
operation shall be allowed in accordance with General Laws, Chapter 131, section 
40, as amended by Chapter 784 of the Acts of 1972. 

Buildings and structures accessory to any of the above flood plain uses and 
driveways are permitted, subject to conditions stated in Section 5 of this Flood 
Plain Bylaw. 

2. Dwellings lawfully existing prior to the adoption of these provisions, but not 
including improvements which increase ground coverage by more than twenty - 
five (25%) percent. Accessory use as defined in Section 2B (9) of the Zoning 
Bylaws is permitted. 

3. The portion of any lot within the area delineated in Section 2 of this bylaw may 
be used to meet the area and yard requirements for the district or districts in 
which the remainder of the lot is situated, provided that portion does not exceed 
twenty-five (25%) percent of the minimum lot area. 

(4) RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER DISTRICTS 

All lands within the Flood Plain Districts are included in one or more of the 
other districts defined by this Bylaw. The permitted uses specified within the 
Flood Plain Districts, Subsection (3) take precedence in area so classified. If, 
however, an exception under Flood Plain Districts, Subsection (5) is granted by 
the Building Code Board of Appeals then the permitted uses of the underlying 
zoning district shall govern. 

(5) USES ALLOWED BY THE BUILDING CODE BOARD OF APPEALS 

(a) If any land shown on the Zoning Map or defined in this Bylaw as being in a 
Flood Plain District is proven by the applicant to be in fact not subject to flooding 
or not unsuitable for human occupancy because of drainage and topographic 
conditions, the Building Code Board of Appeals may permit buildings for human 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 125 



occupancy on such land in accordance with the requirements of the underlying 
district after the necessary proof has been presented to and reported by the 
Planning Board and the Board of Health. 

(b) Such special permit shall be applied for in the manner required for regular 
building permits, but shall be superscribed FLOOD PLAIN DISTRICT 
BUILDING APPLICATION. The Building Inspector shall issue such special 
permit only as directed by the Building Code Board of Appeals in accordance with 
the regular and Flood Plain zoning provisions and subject to any limitation or 
conditions imposed by the Board of Appeals after public hearings . Notice of each 
such Flood Plain Building Permit application shall be given to the Town 
Department of Public Works, to the Town Board of Health, and to the Town 
Planning Board. 

(c) The Building Code Board of Appeals, in hearing each such application, shall 
consider, in addition to any other factors said board deems pertinent, the 
following aspects with respect to flooding and Flood Plain District zoning 
provisions: 

1 . Geographic location of proposed building and security of driveway or walkway 
access to it during flooding; 

2. Foundation elevations of proposed building and security of foundations during 
flooding, including assurance that foundations would not be undermined and that 
the proposed building would not be floated -off, swept away, or battered -off 
during flooding; 

3. Disposal of sewage from the proposed buildings and containment of sewage 
during flooding; 

4. Safety of water, sewage, gas, electric and fuel utilities from breaking, leaking, 
short-circuiting, grounding, igniting, electrocution or other dangers during 
flooding. 

(d) Site Plan Approval 

In order that the Building Code Board of Appeals may determine that the 
above-mentioned conditions are met, a site plan at a suitable scale, prepared by a 
registered land surveyor and/or registered professional civil engineer, shall be 
submitted in quadruplicate to the Building Code Board of Appeals by the ap- 
plicant. The Building Code Board of Appeals shall, within ten (10) days after 
receipt of said site plan, transmit one (1) copy of said plan to the Planning Board, 
Board of Public Works and the Board of Health. Said Boards shall investigate the 
plan and report in writing their recommendations to the Building Code Board of 
Appeals. The Building Code Board of Appeals shall not take final action on such 
plan until it has received a report thereon from said Boards, or until said Boards 
have allowed thirty (30) days to elapse after receipt of such plan without a sub- 
mission of a report thereon. The site plan shall show at least the following: 

1. The location, boundaries and dimensions of each lot; 

2. Two foot contours of the existing and proposed land structure (Wakefield 
Sewer Base); 

3. The location of existing and proposed structures, watercourses, drainage 
easements, means of access, drainage and sewer disposal facilities; 

4 . The area and location of existing or porposed leaching fields , if any . 



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This Flood Plain District section to follow the Municipal Disposal area section 
and to be listed in Section 1, Districts, Classes of Districts (a). 

Board of Selectmen 
On Motion by Planning Board: 

Voted: That the Town amend its Zoning Bylaws and Zoning Map by in- 
serting a new Section, Flood Plain Districts, as set forth in Article 12. 
JOSEPH S. R. ZAGARELLA, Chairman 
Town Planning Board 

Chairman Zagarella discussed this Article. 

This Article required a 2 A vote. The vote was: 

YES, 109 NO, 20 

Needed for 2 / 3 vote — 86 

The Moderator declared the motion carried. 

The Report of the Planning Board on Article 12 is on file in the Town Clerk's 
Office 

Boston, Mass. September 23, 1975 

The foregoing amendment to the Zoning By-laws adopted under Article 12 of 
the Warrant is hereby approved with the exception that the language "Building 
Code" is deleted wherever it appears throughout Article 12. 

FRANCIS X. BELLOTTI 
Attorney General 

ARTICLE 13 

To see if the Town will vote to transfer from the Public Works Snow and Ice 
Account a sufficient sum of money to supplement the Public Works and Water 
Division Contractual Service and Materials and Supplies Accounts, or take any 
other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Public Works 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town transfer from Public Works Snow and Ice Account, of 
the fiscal year July 1, 1974 to June 30, 1975, the sum of $33,700.00 to the 
following accounts of the same fiscal period: 

Department of Public Works — Materials and Supplies Account the sum of 
$4,500.00. 

Department of Public Works — Contractual Services Account the sum of 
$16,200.00. 

Department of Public Works — Water Department Contractual Services 
Account the sum of $13,000.00. 

This Article was discussed by Mr. Willis. 

The Moderator declared the motion carried. 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 127 



ARTICLE 14 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available balances a sufficient sum of money to provide materials and services for 
projects to be constructed at various locations and for various Departments in the 
Town under the CETA Program, said sum of money to be expended under the 
direction of the Board of Public Works, or to take any other action relative 
thereto. 

Board of Public Works 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of 
$50,000.00 to provide materials and services for projects to be constructed at 
various locations and for various departments in the Town under the C.E.T.A. 
Program, said sum of money to be expended under the direction of the Board of 
Public Works. 

ARTICLE 15 

To see if the Town will vote to lease for a period not exceeding three years a 
portion of Lot 74F, Plat 31, of the Wakefield Assessors' Maps for playground 
purposes and for a nominal consideration, the said land being described as 
follows: 

Beginning at the northeasterly property corner of Lot 74L as shown on Plat 
31 of the Wakefield Assessors Maps, said lot being the property of the Town of 
Wakefield, thence running southeasterly along the northerly lot line of Lot 74H, a 
distance of approximately 82 feet to a point; thence running northwesterly a 
distance of approximately 75 feet to a point, said point being on the easterly lot 
line of said Lot 74L; thence running northeasterly along the easterly lot line of 
said Lot 74L a distance of approximately 30 feet to the point of beginning. The 
above described parcel containing approximately 1,125 square feet. 

And that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to enter into a lease with the 
owners thereof upon such terms and conditions as the Board of Selectmen may 
deem necessary or reguired to accomplish the foregoing, and to provide therefor 
that the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $1.00. 

Board of Selectmen 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinite postponement. 

ARTICLE 16 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, by transfer or other- 
wise, a sufficient sum of money to supplement the Personal Services portion of 
the School Department budget for the fiscal period July 1, 1975 to June 30, 1976, 
or to take any other action relative thereto. 

School Committee 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of 
$145,759.00 to supplement the Personal Services portion of the School Depart- 
ment budget for the Fiscal period July 1 , 1975 to June 30, 1976. 



128 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



ARTICLE 17 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available balances a sufficient sum of money to indemnify certain Police Officers 
of the Town of Wakefield for medical, surgical and hospitalization expenses as a 
result of injuries received by the officers in the performance of their duties, as 
provided for under Section 100, Chapter 41 of the Massachusetts General Laws, 
in such amount and to such extent as may be recommended by the Board of 
Selectmen. 

Board of Selectmen 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

That the Town raise adn appropriate or transfer from available balances a 
sufficient sum of money to indemnify certain Police Officers of the Town of 
Wakefield for medical, surgical and hospitalization expenses as a result of injuries 
received by the officers in the performance of their duties, as provided for under 
Section 100, Chapter 41 of the Massachusetts General Laws, in such amount and 
to such extent as may be recommended by the Board of Selectmen. 

This Special Town Meeting adjourned at 10:10 P.M. on motion by Mr. 
James Good, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, who thanked Mr. Roger 
Wingate, Moderator, on behalf of the town for his service in conducting the 
Annual and Special Town Meetings with such expertise. 

A True Record: 
Attest: THELMA E. RENNARD 
Town Clerk 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



129 



Result Of Town Election 
March 3, 1975 

Precincts 
12 3 4 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN - THREE YEARS 



Total 



John F. Carney 


585 


413 


666 


436 


340 


2440 


John J . Murphy 


492 


345 


565 


338 


300 


2040 


Ella Lombara 






1 






1 


Blanks 


587 


442 


702 


430 


352 


2513 


TOTAL 


1664 


1200 


1934 


1204 


992 


6994 


TOWN CLERK - 


THREE YEARS 








Thelma E . Rennard 


684 


498 


765 


483 


382 


2812 


Blanks 


148 


102 


202 


119 


114 


685 


TOTAL 


832 


600 


967 


602 


496 


3497 




MODERATOR 


- ONE YEAR 








Roger H. Wingate 


661 


495 


749 


471 


372 


2748 


Blanks 


171 


105 


218 


131 


124 


749 


TOTAL 


832 


600 


967 


602 


496 


3497 




ASSESSOR - THREE YEARS 








John E . Anderson 


640 


474 


753 


468 


376 


2741 


Blanks 


192 


126 


214 


134 


120 


786 


TOTAL 


832 


600 


967 


602 


496 


3497 


MUNICIPAL LIGHT COMMISSIONER - THREE YEARS 




Philip C. Siciliano 


466 


287 


512 


309 


320 


1894 


Eric Reid 


312 


274 


369 


258 


138 


1351 


Blanks 


54 


39 


86 


35 


38 


252 


TOTAL 


832 


600 


967 


602 


496 


3497 


BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS - 


THREE YEARS 






Bartholomew D. Barry 


543 


409 


672 


425 


280 


2329 


Ralph P. DeCecca 


555 


393 


600 


394 


361 


2303 


Blanks 


566 


398 


662 


385 


351 


2362 


TOTAL 


1664 


1200 


1934 


1204 


992 


6994 


BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS - 


- TWO YEARS 






Diana J. Lowry 


492 


387 


565 


366 


219 


2029 


Angelo Nicolai 


280 


153 


295 


171 


236 


1135 


Blanks 


60 


60 


107 


65 


41 


333 


TOTAL 


832 


600 


967 


602 


496 


3497 


BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS 


- ONE YEAR 






Burton F. Whitcomb 


615 


448 


696 


450 


347 


2556 


Blanks 


217 


152 


271 


152 


149 


941 


TOTAL 


832 


600 


967 


602 


496 


3497 



130 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE - THREE YEARS 



William F.Kenney 377 313 


496 


295 


248 


1729 


LouisJ.Racca 465 280 


375 


296 


283 


1699 


Donald L. Winsor 412 366 


596 


361 


182 


1917 


Joseph A. Curley 1 








1 


Karen Hermillar 


1 






1 


Blanks 409 241 


466 


252 


279 


1647 


TOTAL 1664 1200 


1934 


1204 


992 


6994 


SCHOOL COMMITTEE - ONE YEAR 






William A. Pollman 371 297 


462 


249 


124 


1503 


Richard A. Wood 432 276 


427 


319 


354 


1808 


Blanks 29 27 


78 


34 


18 


186 


TOTAL 










LUCIUS BEEBE MEM. LIBRARY TR. - THREE YEARS 




Virginia M. Jackson 552 427 


654 


430 


289 


2352 


Thomas M.Hourihan 511 376 


601 


374 


288 


2150 


Walter A. Howlett 520 399 


601 


402 


266 


2188 


Blanks 913 597 


1045 


600 


645 


3800 


TOTAL 2496 1800 


2901 


1806 


1488 


10491 


TOWN PLANNING BOARD - 


FIVE YEARS 






Arthur A. Knight, Jr. 619 429 


695 


439 


338 


2520 


Blanks 213 171 


272 


163 


158 


977 


TOTAL 832 600 


967 


602 


496 


3497 


TOWN PLANNING BOARD - 


TWO YEARS 






Charles M. Imbracsio 558 394 


597 


394 


328 


2271 


Blanks 274 206 


370 


208 


168 


1226 


TOTAL 832 600 


967 


602 


496 


3497 


WAKEFIELD HOUSING AUTHORITY - FIVE YEARS 




Philip H. DePasquale 578 411 


654 


408 


356 


2407 


Blanks 254 189 


313 


194 


140 


1090 


TOTAL 832 600 


967 


602 


496 


3497 


BOARD OF HEALTH - THREE YEARS 






MerleA.Peabody 594 420 


658 


422 


356 


2450 


William Ollis 1 








1 


Blanks 238 179 


309 


180 


140 


1046 


TOTAL 832 600 


967 


602 


496 


3497 


QUESTION 










Yes 467 288 


553 


298 


277 


1883 


No 144 211 


161 


167 


71 


754 


Blanks 221 101 


253 


137 


148 


860 


TOTAL 832 600 


967 


602 


496 


3497 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



131 



List of Jurors 



Name 



Residence 



Occupation 



Albanese, Joseph A. 74-75-76 
Alexander, Louise G. 74-75-76 
Anderson, Donald H. 75-76-77 
Antetomaso, Arthur A. 73-74-75 
Anzalone, Richard J. 74-75-76 
Audet, Edmond J. Jr. 75-76-77 
Bacon, Warren L. Jr. 73-74-75 
Ballou, Yolanda R. 74-75-76 
Balzotti, Salvatore P. 74-75-76 
Barr, Robert W. 75-76-77 
Beasley, Joseph J. 74-75-76 
Beath, Stirling L. 73-74-75 
Bedell, Richard B. 73-74-75 
Belanger, Robert J. 75-76-77 
Benedetto, Sabatino 73-74-75 
Bingham, Donald J. 73-74-75 
Boccelli, Frank 73-74-75 
Bonner, John V. Jr. 74-75-76 
Brock, William H. 75-76-77 
Brown, Robert W. 74-75-76 
Buckley, Francis T. 73-74-75 
Burbine, Paul K. 75-76-77 
Burdick, George W. 75-76-77 
Callahan, Edward J. Jr. 75-76-77 
Cannon, C. Newton 74-75-76 
Canty, George D. 73-74-75 
Capone, Anthony J. 75-76-77 
Carder, Elizabeth T. 74-75-76 
Cardillo, Patricia A. 75-76-77 
Cardwell, William A. 75-76-77 
Carradino, Gerald J. 75*76-77 
Caruso, Frank 74-75-76 
Caso, Louis A. 75-76-77 
Cass, John F. 75-76-77 
Chitty, Roderick R. 75-76-77 
Clark, William F. 75-76-77 
Cocozella, Edward F. 75-76-77 
Collins, Thomas H. 75-76-77 
Contant, Richard W. 75-76-77 
Cook, Cynthia M. 73-74-75 
Cotter, Florence Anne 75-76-77 
Courtenay, Francis X. 73-74-75 
Coviello, Patrick R. 74-75-76 
Coviello, William O. 75-76-77 
Cresta, Charles R. 75-76-77 
Crooker, Paul K. 75-76-77 



346 Albion St. 

26 WoodbriarRd. 

14 Beebe Ln. 
101 Cedar St. 

49 Emerson St. 
19 Swansea Rd. 
58 Meriam St. 

4 Cottage St. 
109 Pleasant St. 

24 Harrison Ave. 

19 Elm Crest Rd. 
80 Oak St. 

8 Myrtle St. 
12 Cedar Ct. 
237 Water St. 

20 Howard St. 
29 Sycamore Rd. 
64 Valley St. 

51 Hopkins St. 

21 Emerson St. 
10 Lawrence St. 
19 Park St. 

2 Hanson St. 

39 Madison Ave. 

15 StedmanSt. 

23 Plymouth Rd. 
37 West Park Dr. 
18 Stark Ave. 

10 Woodcrest Dr. 

27 Beebe Ln. 

48 Morrison Rd. West 
6 NewhallCt. 

11 Bay St. 

40 Harrison Ave. 

12 Richardson Ave. 

5 Central St. 

41 Madison Ave. 

24 Lawrence St. 
91 Gould St. 

53 NahantSt. 

42 BartleySt. 
15 Walnut St. 

598 North Ave. 
90 Spring St. 

6 Mill Brook Ln. 

22 NahantSt. 



Student 

Accountant 

Controller 

Engineer 

Office Mgr. 

Gen. Mgr. 

Asst. Mgr. 

Librarian 

Cashier 

Supervisor 

Teacher 

Engineer 

Supervisor 

Blueprinter 

Product Mgr. 

Contractor 

Office Mgr. 

Banker 

Printer 

Ins. Super. 

Custodian 

Dispatcher 

Compositor 

Manager 

Claims Adj . 

Manager 

Expediter 

Teacher 

Auto. Mech. 

Distributor 

Custodian 

Floor Mech. 

Manager 

Specialist 

Coffee Broker 

Jet Eng. Analyst 

Firefighter 

Distributor 

Pressman 

Toll Tester 

Examiner 

Press Foreman 

Press Setup 

Mechanic 

Custodian 



132 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Crusco, Thomas A. 73-74-75 
Cunha, Robert D. 73-74-75 
Curran, Mary C. 74-75-76 
D'Ambrosio, Angelo R. 74-75-76 
D'Amico, Elizabeth M. 74-75-76 
Davies, Thomas F. 73-74-75 
Davis, Richard C. 73-74-75 
DeMasi, Antonette M. 74-75-76 
DeMeo, Gregory 75-76-77 
DeRoche, Joseph E. 73-74-75 
DeSimone, Alfred 75-76-77 
DiGiorgio, Rosalie 75-76-77 
Dingle, Leon B. 75-76-77 
Dooley, George H. 74-75-76 
Dow, Edward G. 73-74-75 
Dufault, Leo R. 75-76-77 
Dulong, Joan H. 75-76-77 
Eager, Ralph 75-76-77 
Eames, Ralph G. 74-75-76 
Ellis, Richard D. 75-76-77 
Ellis, Robert 74-75-76 
Evangelista, Louis P. 74-75-76 
Farrell, Robert J. 75-76-77 
Fazio, John J. 74-75-76 
Flanders, Austin F. 75-76-77 
Fleming, Arthur H. 74-75-76 
Flynn, Henry F. 75-76-77 
Foley, David 74-75-76 
Frautten, Bradford L. 73-74-75 
Frautten, Elmer W. 73-74-75 
Frost, Betty E. 73-74-75 
Fuller, Harold 73-74-75 
Furness, Herbert J. Jr. 73-74-75 
Gage, John H. 75-76-77 
Gardner, Virginia I. 74-75-76 
Gautreau, Norman G. 73-74-75 
Gearin, Robert P. 75-76-77 
Geizer, Florence L. 75-76-77 
Gerniglia, Mathew A. 74-75-76 
Gibbs, Lillian M. 73-74-75 
Gilfeather, Richard T. 73-74-75 
Glidden, Beverly C. 75-76-77 
Glidden, Richard A. 75-76-77 
Grasso, Gene R. 75-76-77 
Grazewski, Edward J. 75-76-77 
Haggerty, John G. 73-74-75 
Haladay, Fred J. Sr. 73-74-75 
Hallstrom, Eleanor K. 75-76-77 
Hamel, Edward A. 75-76-77 
Hancock, Robert F. 74-75-76 
Hankard, William A. 74-75-76 
Harrington, Daniel R. 74-75-76 



2 Herbert St. 
4 Wiley PI. 

49 Oak St. 

25 BonairAve. 

18 Wakefield Ave. 
254 Vernon St. 
534 Salem St. 

65 West Park Dr. 

14 Park St. 

14 Walnut St. 

26 Gregory Rd. 
18 Mountain Ave. 

119 Vernon St. 

14 Muriel Ave. 
6 KarlRd. 

25 Shady Ave. 
172 Vernon St. 

56 Harrison Ave. 
6 Drummer Ln. 

29 Gould St. 
395 Salem St. 

18 Reynolds Rd. 

6 Jackson Ln. 
540R Lowell St. 

7 Terrace Ct. 

50 Chapman Rd. 
49 Hopkins St. 

113 Greenwood St. 

15 Pearl St. 
234 Albion St. 

37 Madison Ave. 
21 Jefferson Rd. 
107 Greenwood Ave. 
35 Converse St. 
55 Cedar St. 
12 Newell Rd. 

1 Morrison Ave. 
824 Main St. 

14 McKenzieLn. 

12 Green St. 

10 High St. 

20 Hanson St. 

20 Hanson St. 

25 NahantSt. 
140 Prospect St. 

5 Pine Ridge Rd. 
129 Vernon St. 

44 Church St. 

53 Prospect St. 

2 Lindbergh Rd. 
12 Brook St. 

14 Grove St. 



Firefighter 

Owner 

Repairman 

Letter Carrier 

Unemployed 

Ret. Mechanic 

Foreman 

Treasurer 

Inspector 

Civil Eng. 

Welder 

Architect 

Hd. Custodian 

Exec. Asst. 

Operator 

Pipefitter 

Act. Clerk 

Truck Dr. 

Owner 

Engineer 

Distributor 

Cement Mason 

Eng. Mgr. 

Ret. Letter Carr. 

Ret. Truck Dr. 

Dairy Mgr. 

Computer Acct. 

Carpenter 

Foreman 

DPW 

Engineer 

Machine Opr. 

Ins. Auditor 

Technician 

Accountant 

Manager 

Supervisor 

Retired 

Plumber 

Retired 

Installer 

Draftsman 

Draftsman 

Electrician 

Supervisor 

Linesman 

Self-employed 

Retired 

Security Officer 

Mgr. &Treas. 

Bus. Agent 

Asst. Supt. 



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133 



Hartley, John D. 75-76-77 
Hartman, Robert J. 75-76-77 
Hayes, William A. 75-76-77 
Herbert, John J. 74-75-76 
Higgins, Robert 75-76-77 
Hogg, Phyllis S. 73-74-75 
Holden, William J. 74-75-76 
Howard, John F. 73-74-75 
Howlett, John A. 75-76-77 
Hubbard, Joseph A. 75-76-77 
Hunt, Earl N. 74-75-76 
Izzet, Gerald W. 75-76-77 
Jacquart, Judith 74-75-76 
Jensen, Barry C. 74-75-76 
Jeranian, David 75-76-77 
Joyce, John 74-75-76 
Kane, Thomas H. 73-74-75 
Kelley, Albert S. 73-74-75 
Kelley, William P. 75-76-77 
Kelly, Michael L. 75-76-77 
Kiley, Margaret C. 75-76-77 
King, Ralph H. 75-76-77 
Kuklinski, John 74-75-76 
Landers, Raymond L. 73-74-75 
Langley, Rose 75-76-77 
Lawrence, Charles F. 75-76-77 
Limerick, Peter 75-76-77 
Logan, Carleton 75-76-77 
Marshall, Lance G. 75-76-77 
McCarthy, Edward B. 75-76-77 
McCarron, Richard J. 74-75-76 
McLeester, George B. 75-76-77 
Means, Ruth G. 75-76-77 
Miller, Louis A. 74-75-76 
Moscella, Susan C. 75-76-77 
Newman, Gray B. 75-76-77 
Palumbo, Frank J. 75-76-77 
Pierce, John A. 75-76-77 
Pietrafitta, Anthony J. 75-76-77 
Pizzuto, Michael 75-76-77 
Powers, Thomas E. 75-76-77 
Previte, Catherine F. 75-76-77 
Puglisi, Joseph 74-75-76 
Qualters, Frank J. 75-76-77 
Quay, Frederick S. 75-76-77 
Racamato, Louis A. 75-76-77 
Rattray, William A. 75-76-77 
Reynolds, John T. 75-76-77 
Richardson, Earle L. 73-74-75 
Rideout, Mabel H. 75-76-77 
Roberto, Armando J. 75-76-77 



4 Hillside Ave. 
12 Howard St. 
11 Morrison Ave. 

39 Robin Rd. 

17 WoodcrestDr. 
41 KendrickRd. 
21 Orchard Ave. 
27 SweetserSt. 

10 MorningsideRd. 

10 Pearl St. 

18 Fielding St. 

4 FairmountTerr. 
24 Traverse St. 
489 Lowell St. 
61 PaonBlvd. 

4 Overlook Rd. 
120 Vernon St. 

11 Orchard Circle 

12 Nelson Ave. 
21 Bryant St. 
73 AldrichRd. 
14 NahantSt. 

106 Montrose Ave. 

7 Shetland Rd. 
63 Cedar St. 

5 Brig St. 
61 Gould St. 
10 Forest St. 

18 Hamilton Rd. 
137 Prospect St. 

21 Reynolds Rd. 
24A Salem St. 

13 Madison Ave. 
129 Greenwood St. 

51 Morrison Rd. W. 
235 Lowell St. 

38 LineRd. 

29 Juniper Ave. 

40 Converse St. 
10 Gould St. 

6 Walnut St. 
221 Pleasant St. 
295 Water St. 

7 Walnut St. 

50 Woodcrest Dr. 

22 Traverse St. 

39 HillcrestRd. 
176 Oak St. 

17 LakeviewAve. 

18 Keeling Rd. 

30 Summer St. 



Coordinator 

Manager 

Manager 

Retired 

Auto. Ins. Adj. 

Installer 

Control Mgr. 

Library Aide 

Student 

Truck Driver 

Engineer & Adj . 

Specialist 

Professor 

Manager 

Eng. -Consultant 

Plumber 

Bearing Worker 

Teacher 

Manager 

Retired 

Retired 

Haircolorist 

Retired Acct. 

Engineer 

Kit. Assistant 

Car Inspec. 

Supervisor 

Manager 

Mail Carrier 

Publisher 

Student 

Civil Eng. 

Retired 

Ret. Bank Off. 

Pres./Treas. 

Airline Pilot 

Retired 

I.R.S. 

Cert. Pub. Acct. 

Spray Painter 

Custodian 

Barber 

Bus Driver 

Ret. Letter Carr. 

Salesman 

President 

Self-employed 

Formulation Mixer 

Treasurer 

Ret. Banker 

Retired 



134 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Robinson, Eli Harris 73-74-75 
Ronan, Thomas C. 75-76-77 
Rose, Francis W. 75-76-77 
Salvati, Arnold A. 75-76-77 
Saulnier, Leonard J. 74-75-76 
Sen, James H. 75-76-77 
Sexton, Bernard T. Jr. 74-75-76 
Shea, Charles L. 75-76-77 
Sheehan, Elizabeth J. 74-75-76 
Sheehan, Richard W. 74-75-76 
Sheehan, Thomas J. 75-76-77 
Sheffield, Edward 74-75-76 
Smet, John E. 75-76-77 
Smith, Jennie M. 73-74-75 
Sorenson, George T. 74-75-76 
Stellati, Alice M. 73-74-75 
Stinson, Leonard E. Jr. 73-74-75 
Sullivan, Daniel J. 75-76-77 
Sweeney, Edward J. 73-74-75 
Tabb, Richard J. 75-76-77 
Taggart, Madaline A. 75-76-77 
Tapper, Alan 75-76-77 
Taylor, Howard A. 75-76-77 
Tecce, Michael J. 73-74-75 
Thresher, Harold F. 75-76-77 
Turner, Ella M. 74-75-76 
Turner, Ralph D. 73-74-75 
Twombly, Blanche L. 75-76-77 
Vogt, Joyce L. 75-76-77 
Wakefield, Alice L. 75-76-77 
Wallace, George Mann 75-76-77 
Weaver, Howard W. Jr. 75-76-77 
Wells, Judith I. 73-74-75 
Wentzel, Loring E. 75-76-77 
Winsor, Donald L. 75-76-77 
Yazinka, Henry R. 75-76-77 
Zell, Walter Z. 74-75-76 
Zwicker, Jerome R. 74-75-76 



7 SpauldingSt. 


Maintenance 


42 Hopkins St. 


Milkman 


75 Prospect St. 


Glazier 


5 Linden St. 


Systems Analyst 


6 Sherman Rd. 


Supervisor 


1 HillcrestRd. 


Civil Eng. 


20 Humphrey St. 


Jr. Clerk 


4 Melrose Ave. 


Tool & Die Pres. 


71 Myrtle Ave. 


Letter Carr. 


71 Myrtle Ave. 


Letter Can*. 


61 West Park Dr. 


Controller 


20 Forrester Rd. 


Director 


31 Summit Ave. 


District Mgr. 


18 Yale Ave. 


Shoemaker 


7 Marion Circle 


Safety Eng. 


6 June Circle 


Eng. Asst. 


1 DillawaySt. 


Meterman 


10 Herbert St. 


Police Off. Insp. 


25 Morel Circle 


Pres., Sales 


7 Madison Ave. 


Civil Eng. 


2 Auburn St. 


Retired 


15 GriffenDr, 


Salesman 


1 Walter Ave. 


Salesman 


520 Water St. 


Meat Cutter 


57 Plymouth Rd. 


Co mm. Artist 


484 Salem St. 


Letter Carrier 


6 Morningside Rd . 


Chief Operator 


7 King St. 


Field Super. 


42 Chapman Rd. 


Sub. Teacher 


294 Main St. 


Retired 


1 Terrace Ct. 


Sec. Officer 


11 Lakeview Ave. 


Truck Driver 


272 Albion St. 


Production 


11 Crystal St. 


Technician 


23 Parker Rd. 


Elec. Eng. 


28 Armory St. 


Inspector 


5 Terrace Ct. 


Vice Pres . 


22 Franklin St. 


Self-employed 


James E. Good 


George ' 


roth 


John W 


. Moccia, Jr. 


John J. 


Murphy 


John F. 


Carney 



Selectmen of Wakefield, Ma. 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



135 



Record of Births 



Date Name of Child 



Parents 



1975 
January 

1 Heather Louise Muse 

1 Holly Lynne Rotondi 

2 Nicole Lyn Sheaff 

6 Jason Peter Magner 

6 Tammy Marie Noonan 

6 Lynnel Jean Sandstrum 

7 Scott Alan Gisetto 

8 Catherine Ellen Walsh 

10 Thomas Nicholas Bucci, Jr. 

11 Douglas Roy Meuse 

14 Gregory Glen Melton 

15 Jonathan Dearborn Russell 

17 Kimberly Jean Audette 

18 Kevin Gregory Miller 

18 Hessie Schmidgall 

19 Jonathan Paul Gallugi 

21 Michael Richard DiBella 

22 Brion Christopher Butler 
24 James Elliot Murray 

26 Trissa Dyanne Turner 

28 Lawrence David Nutile 

30 Gregory Scott Smith 

February 

1 Cynthia Joan Anastos 

1 Julie Ann Dolbeare 

3 Steven Patrick Taylor 

4 Scott Patrick Allen 

4 Kevin Allan Camponescki 

5 Michael Joseph Buchawiecki 
5 Joseph William Hill 

5 Tamara Dawn Smith 

7 Anne Marie Frances Canto 

10 Kristin Marie Scott 

15 James Edward Kinne 

16 Lee Jacob Shuer 

20 Lauren Elise Evangelista 

22 Matthew Blair Cooper 

23 Jessica Lisette Capizzi 

23 Carrie Elise Capizzi 

24 Michelle Kathleen Henry 
26 Chandra Lee Taylor 



Joseph F., Jr. and Carol L. (Alexander) 
Arthur J., Jr. and Karen L. (DeMarchi) 
Robert C, Jr. and Susan J. (Kendrick) 
Peter J. and Lorraine F. (Andersen) 
Michael J. and Karen M. (Farry) 
Philip C. and Sally A. (Fenzel) 
Paul E. and Jean (Shaughnessy) 
Patrick M. and Joyce E. (McDonald) 
Thomas N. and Eleanor (Bucchio) 
Peter A. and Cheryl A. (Chambers) 
Glen H., Jr. and Rosemary A. (Stella) 
Douglas A. and Mary E. (McFarland) 
Roland C, Jr. and Carol J. (D'Alessandro) 
Paul D. and Donna M. (Hayes) 
John H. and Kathleen A. (Rice) 
Pasquale P., Jr. and Rosemary H. (Perillo) 
Robert A. and Elsie E. (Barahona) 
James M. and Frances E. (Daly) 
Michael E. and Lelia K. (Lassiter) 
David S. and Carolyn M. (Costello) 
Lawrence J. and Gail E. (Martignetti) 
William F. and Pamela A. (Rozett) 



George P. and Joan M. (Paraskeva) 
Thomas K. and Linda L. (Martin) 
Bruce E. and Darlene A. (Boodry) 
James F. and Eileen C. (Tierney) 
Samuel J. and Kathryn A. (Bean) 
William J. and Barbara W. (Greene) 
Banks D. and Linda A. (Parziale) 
Roger J. and Susan H. (Schwartz) 
Robert C. and Frances M. (Laura) 
Daniel J., Ill and Marie A. (DeFrancesco) 
Bradford N. and Margaret R. (Palladino) 
Herbert M. and Bonnie D. (Mandell) 
James A. and Bonnie J. (Cavanagh) 
Roger B. and Marcia E. (Beyer) 
Michael J. and Catherine C. (Rowley) 
Michael J. and Catherine C. (Rowley) 
John E., Jr. and Janice C. (Jezowski) 
David W. and Jeanne M. (MacDonald) 



136 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Date Name of Child 
March 

1 Karen Marie Dresser 

3 Jonathan Damon Black 

3 Steven Edwin Herbert 

5 Michael John Surette 

5 Joshua Williams 

6 Katherine Madeline Leonard 

7 Carrie Catherine Coy 
9 Aaron Philip Sypek 

10 Kathleen Elizabeth O'Brien 

10 Emily Fay Woods 

11 Garreth Arthur King 

17 Patrick Jarlath Kilkelly 

23 Heather Joy Toth 

24 George Marino Laberis 

24 Holli Anne Stinson 

25 Christine Anne Reyno 

27 Timothy Jay Curley 

28 Thomas Francis Coughlin 
31 Cara Elizabeth Luca 

April 

2 Sandra Delia Porta 

3 Shawn Michael Ferullo 
6 Amy Lynne Collins 

6 Roxane Lorena Deniso 

14 Stephen James Stanton 

15 Sean Patrick Keon 
15 Eric Donovan Wood 

18 Gregory Richard Hunt 

18 Meenakshi Elizabeth Jacob 

19 Andrew James DeBenedictis 
19 Brian Timothy Dolan 

21 Shawn Richard Lucia 

28 Kristin Lee Hurton 

28 Janine Marie Rossetti 

28 Jeffrey Robert VanHorne 

May 



Parents 



Paul S., Jr. and Carol A. (Bolger) 
Damon S., and Linda M. (Lanzo) 
Harvey A. and Carol A. (Bean) 
Michael E. and Darlene B. (Ellis) 
Dennis A. and Penelope A. (McCrae) 
George C. and Diane M. (Richmond) 
Ronald A., Jr. and Elaine E. (DeMarco) 
Philip A. and Sheila K. (Espey) 
Arthur T. and Charlotte E. (Dean) 
Stephen J. and Lynda (Lanzillo) 
Arthur E., Jr. and Cathryn S. (Mendonsa) 
Michael J. and Frances C. (MacDonald) 
Myron A. and Bonnie J. (White) 
George A. and Pamela A. (Cox) 
Glenn R. and Pamela J. (Hardy) 
Kenneth C. and Donna E. (Covielio) 
Jay J. and Annette (Kirkland) 
Brian C. and Edith M. (Fisher) 
Marc A. and Carol E. (Marinelli) 



Albert and Judith A. (DeAngelis) 
Anthony V. and Nicolina L. (Sabella) 
Kenneth C. and Sharon L. (Burke) 
Rex A. and Sheryl D. (Sawvell) 
John J. and Ann (Pickering) 
John E. and Claire T. (Savage) 
William O. and Deanne M. (Krausman) 
Richard L. and Catherine M. (Williams) 
Thaditharayil M. and Maya M. (Abraham) 
Kenneth L. and Susan M. (Wallace) 
Peter and Maureen A. (Nellegar) 
Richard A. and Joyce (Fontaine) 
William T. and Leslie J. (Viland) 
Joseph P. and Barbara J. (Powers) 
Robert H. and Corinne M. (Longo) 



1 Michele Leigh Barnard 

1 Brett Andrew Hayward 

5 Brian James Trepaney 

6 Julie Ann Mocklin 

8 Michael Anthony Rassiccia 

9 Shamus Patrick Curran 
10 Christian Thomas Haines 
12 Amy Lynne Silva 

12 Brian Henry Sutermeister, Jr. 

14 Paul James Ciampa 



Frederick R. and Eleanor S. (Tebbetts) 
Geoffrey B. and Nancy A. (Crowley) 
James F. and Linda E. (Gray) 
Robert A. and Marcia (Nichols) 
Joseph M. and Pamela J. (Meads) 
John F. and Jeanette M. (Cleary) 
Leonard E. and Patricia (Byrne) 
John D. and Donna R, (MacKenzie) 
Henry E. and Catherine L. (Gipson) 
Paul J. and Diane L. (Tecce) 



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137 



Date Name of Child 

14 Michael -Robert Vincent 

Gregory Daniels 

15 Andrew Clever Gill 

15 Aimee Lynn Gillis 

16 Brendon John Duval 
21 Howard Errol Cutter 
21 Jamison Stuart King 
24 Jon Ryan LeBlanc 

24 Michelle Theresa Riesz 

25 Mamie Elizabeth Sheeran 
27 Mark Edward Connolly 
27 James Paul Curley 

27 Jay Alan Rawson 

28 Michael Douglas Colclough 
30 Joseph Eric DeMeo 

30 Sean Harold Maguire 

June 

4 Erin Bridget McPhee 

11 Benjamin Graves Fairbank 

11 Christopher Patrick Sullivan 

13 Jon Douglas Meuse 

13 Sarah Ann Trow 

13 Marianne Quaratiello 

17 Shannon Marie Rea 

19 James Edward Collins 

20 Lisa Beth Hornick 

29 Lisa Ann McLean 

July 

3 Richard Anthony Sarno 

4 Thomas Hugh Nestor, Jr. 

5 Brian Charles McCarthy 

6 Troy Mathew Babb 

7 Brenda Jan Viland 
11 Kerri Ann Allen 
11 Kimberley Allen 

18 Andrea Lyn Robinson 

19 Daniel John DiGiovanni 

20 Leanne Marie Ferro 

20 Jennifer Ellen Freeman 

21 Paula Laraine Lazzaro 
25 Kelly Michele Holt 

25 Stephen John Malenchini 

28 Karin Jean Doucette 

29 Gregg Richard Couture 

30 Diana Lynne Cargill 



Parents 

James T. and Arlene R. (Pettinati) 
David E. and Vicki L. (Clever) 
John D. and Diane M. (Bordage) 
John J. and Bernadette M. (Frechette) 
Richard A. and Roxanne M. (Lip kin) 
Robert M. and Erlene E. (Florence) 
Larry L. and Carole A. (Fraughton) 
Ronald A. and Teresa M. (Martin) 
Charles G. and Elizabeth R. (Bradley) 
Michael G. and Frances M. (Langone) 
Paul N. and Judith A. (Robinson) 
John C. and Nancy L. (Emery) 
Douglas E. and Janet (Russell) 
Joseph J. and Gail L. (Aucompaugh) 
John J. and Joanne M. (Butler) 



Bruce A. and Sheila P. (Seward) 
Peter N. and Leslie B. (Graves) 
Walter F. and Linda S. (Layton) 
Gerald F. and Elaine R. (Garneau) 
Richard C. and Karen R. (Leganowicz) 
Nicholas and Cynthia J. (LeFave) 
James E. and Linda M. (Curran) 
James W. and Rosemary E. (McNeil) 
Andrew S. and Jennifer J. (Jenkins) 
Charles A. and Carol A. (Salisbury) 



Joseph J. and Elaine Mary (Evangelista) 
Thomas H. and Carol A. (Sarno) 
Alan D. and Linda R. ( Dairy mple) 
Roy R. and Judith L. (Smith) 
Eric E. and Elizabeth A. (Farrow) 
Roger P. and Maryann (Sullivan) 
Roger P. and Maryann (Sullivan) 
Edward L. and Judith M. (Stiles) 
Stephen G. and Margaret F. (Burke) 
Joseph P. and Marilyn (DeVito) 
Charles R. and Linda E. (Duffie) 
George V. and Maureen R. (Mulkerrin) 
Chester J. and Theresa (Maczas) 
Arthur J. and Ann M. (Turner) 
Paul D. and Mary G. (Driscoll) 
Richard L. and Linda A. (Varricchio) 
Edwin J., Jr. and Jean E. (Griffin) 



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Date Name of Child 
August 

1 Mark Andrew Jaynes 

1 Christine Shea 

4 Theresa Lee DelRossi 

5 Jason Matthew Zahlaway 
5 Elizabeth Anne Haley 

5 Douglas Matthew Sweezey 

6 Patricia Marie Meuse 

6 Derek Joseph Doucette 

7 Keith Allen Stephan 

8 John Bertram Murray, III 
8 David Matthew Walker 

8 Rebecca Lee Houde 

9 Timothy Ian Hilton 

12 Mark Jason Pietrafitta 

12 Scott Michael Thompson 

13 Carolyn Varsenne Khachadoorian 

13 Nicole Ann Nuzzolo 

15 Jason Michael Taylor 
17 Danielle Ann DePatie 
19 Carla Haarmeyer 

21 Pasquale Sergio Santorelli 

23 George Jeffrey Nickerson 

23 Maura Ann MacKay 

23 Robin Tobias McCune 

23 David Joseph Moore, Jr. 
25 Kristen Patrice Doucette 

25 Amy Jean Lozzi 

29 William John Wallace, Jr. 

29 Sean Franklin Devine 

29 Jon Richard Hewitt 

30 Kenneth Elliot Goddard 

September 

2 Amanda Elizabeth Andrews 

3 Robert Andrew Hoxie 

4 Jeffrey Paul Burnett 
9 Johanna Elisabeth Beers 

11 Amy Beth Nardone 

12 Robert Thomas Eason, III 

14 Janet Mary Scanlon 

16 Bryn Evan Johnson 

17 Timothy Frank DiTonno 

18 Jill Marie Curley 

24 Jill Suzanne Gaudette 

26 Gregory James Gargano 
26 Jason Michael Hay 
29 Michael Thomas Longmore 



Parents 



Robert C. and Kathleen S. (McCadden) 
Richard F. and Cynthia (Carpenito) 
Ronald N. and Kathleen (Ross) 
John M. and Daryl M. (Alger) 
Richard C. and Eileen N. (O'Toole) 
Joseph D. and Barbara J. (Foley) 
Richard J. and Dolores M. (Dumont) 
Roy V. and Rebecca M. (Pothier) 
Phillip P. and Diane A. (Muse) 
John B. and Cynthia A. (Melanson) 
Ralph P. and Kathleen A. (Fahey) 
Steven D. and Lynne M. (Ewing) 
Clifford I. and Janet E. (Schloss) 
Richard A. and Lucia M. (Wray) 
Charles M. and Susan A. (Battaglioli) 
Harry A. and Priscilla J. (Kalber) 
Fernando and Carolyn M. (DiNinno) 
Alan W. and Janice M. (Muccio) 
Ronald E. and Ellen T. (Reddish) 
John J. and Lena M. (DeCresce) 
Salvatore and Carmela (Molinaro) 
George H. and Phyllis A. (Thomson) 
James J. and Maureen T. (Leary) 
James E. and Ursula B. (Backmund) 
David J. and Jen A. (Moynihan) 
William A. and Catherine A. (Galvin) 
Philip W. and Patricia A. (Muise) 
William J. and Judith A. (Quinn) 
Steven J. and Sheila J. (Patch) 
Richard J. and Donna R. (Tennant) 
Robert P. and Elizabeth J. (Nichols) 



Herbert W. and Patricia A. (Bowers) 
Stephen G. and Elizabeth R. (Britner) 
Paul R. and Carole A. (Cole) 
Stanley T. and Judith (Beres) 
Peter R. and Carol C. (Iosua) 
Robert T., Jr. & Dorothy M. (Cann) 
William J. and Enid M. (Rosen) 
Franklin C. Jr., and Gayle I. (Eames) 
John P. and Mary C. (Meuse) 
Charles R. and Kathleen M. (Primmer) 
Peter D. and Ellen E. (Spark) 
Guy and Anne M. (Mansell) 
William T. and Janine M. (Chandonnet) 
Thomas W. & Cheryl A. (Dunn) 



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Date Name of Child 

October 

3 Richard Paul Byrne, Jr. 

3 Michael Paul Egasti 

3 April Lyn Spinney 

7 Amy Katherine Savje 

9 David William Garrity 

10 Kristine Alice Ring 

10 Eric William Watson 

12 Kristina Marie Encarnacao 

13 Katrina Clark Hoop 

13 Michelle Prudence Long 

15 Jennifer Jean McPhail 

17 Brian Keith Clinton 

17 Amy Michele Natola 

17 Michael Joseph Surette 
19 Jeffrey Paul Durney 

19 Susan Ann Walsh 

20 Jennifer Lynn Steniford 

21 Kristen Mary Morris 
23 Michelle Anne Duncan 

23 Rebecca Ann Reid 

24 Erica Leigh Campbell 
24 Tina Marie Savioli 

24 Tanya Marie Stepasiuk 

25 Stephanie Hart Doucette 
25 Scott Bradford Simpson 

25 Tara Lynne Wright 

28 Amanda Mary Maher 

29 Jeffrey Wayne Hardacker 
31 Christopher Andrews Snell 

November 

2 Diane Elizabeth Dussault 

3 Laurie Ann Andreottola 
3 Michael Jon Conti 

3 David Alan Fazio 

4 Michael David Crockett 

4 Paula Michelle De Felice 

5 Daniel Joseph Collins 

5 Christopher James Montrond 

7 William Philip Walsh 

13 Steven Ernest Smith 

18 Christopher Lawrence Swift 

20 Timothy Williamson Brink 

21 Peter Andrew Cochrane 
23 Philip Raymond Ayotte 

23 Kenneth John Bilicki, Jr. 

24 Eric Douglas Peterson 

26 Raymond Andrew Dorman 



Parents 



Richard P. and Deborah L. (Bloom) 
Paul J. and Marsha L. (Grunewald) 
Chester L, III and Janet R. (Bernard) 
Paul J. and Kim L. (Frayling) 
George A., Jr. & Maureen E. (Shea) 
Robert P. and Evelyn M. (Burgess) 
William K. and Joyce I. (Dzedulionis) 
John B. and Gertrude M. (Almeida) 
Bernard, Jr. & Nancy C. (Hulbert) 
Joseph G. and Marsha P. (Mason) 
Arthur P. and Harrine J. (Creede) 
James H. and Donna R. (Flowers) 
Ralph J. and Raffaela E.M. (DeNicola) 
Philip A. and Nancy R. (Kelly) 
Paul R. and Karen A. (Tarentino) 
John G. and Mary M. (Couture) 
Albert F., Jr. & Joan P. (Curran) 
Lawrence G. and Mary F. (Clinton) 
Donald M. and Carol M. (Home) 
Robert N., Jr. and Diann E. (Pinson) 
Stephen J. and Gail M. (Higgins) 
Vincent C. and Cynthia A. (Castine) 
Paul R. and Barbara R. (Caulfield) 
Stephen F. and Kathleen A. (Burke) 
Bradford A. and Judith E. (Patterson) 
Kenneth T. and Lynda M. (Birch) 
Thomas G. and Mary V. (Vacon) 
Wayne V. and Patricia A. (Viglione) 
William J., Ill and Joan M. (Andrews) 



Richard L. & Mary R. (Mclnnis) 
Louis J. and Loretta M. (Golini) 
Robert S. and Janice T. (Kelley) 
Roy M. and Marjorie M. (Surette) 
Philip A. and Jo- Ann N. (Ellsworth) 
Michael P. and Belinda M. (Aguirre) 
Robert J. and Carolyn J. (Chisholm) 
Anthony P., Jr. & Lillian K. (Hamory) 
William J. and Janet C. (Broeg) 
Clinton S. and Barbara A. (Houde) 
Lawrence K., Jr. & Pamela L. (Miller) 
Daniel M. & Janice N. (Leighton) 
Neil I. and Lela K. (Romano) 
Raymond J. and Carmel I. (Chamberland) 
Kenneth J. and Elaine F. (Haverty) 
Alan D. and Kim (Banghart) 
Raymond J. and Rose Marie (Costa) 



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Date Name of Child 

27 Kimberly Ann Ford 

27 Robert Raymond Mirabile 

30 Walter Herbert Avery 

December 

3 Michael George Kett 

3 Richard George Testa 

4 Richard Arthur Curran 
4 Paul John Myette 

4 Eileen Ruth Armstrong 

4 Lori Lynn Muise 

5 Sean Patrick McGonigle 

6 Kevin Raymond Matthews 
8 James David Keough 

8 Paul Carmine DiPietro, Jr. 

9 Eric Simpson 

11 Kelly Ann Gilchrist 

12 Brian Philip Hayes 

15 Barry Joseph O'Connell 

17 Jill Susan Wood 

18 Sara Ann Boland 

18 Katherine Marie Cooney 

19 Holly Marie DeSouza 
22 Brian Patrick Griffin 
22 Tracey Jean Hegarty 

25 Robert Fulton Roberson, III 

27 Kenneth Fred McPherson, Jr. 

27 Amy Marie Paolella 

27 John Deane Spence 

28 Eric Peter Lyons 



Parents 

Roger L. and Laurene R. (Orso) 
Raymond S., Sr. & Marie E. (Tavanis) 
Walter H. and Catherine J. (Ramsdell) 



Herman F. and Janet R. (Manning) 
Richard B. and Valerie J. (Valentine) 
Dennis C. and Gale P. (Spear) 
David E. and Christine A. (O'Brien) 
Carl J. and Priscilla R. (Denbow) 
David M. and Jo -Ann (Menadue) 
Daniel J. and Nancy Ann (Quirke) 
Robert C. and Regina M. (Bartolomucci) 
David W. and Emily J. (Morse) 
Paul C. and Canine A. (Scaturro) 
Robert A. and Kathleen P. (Kirk) 
Kevin T. and Teresa M. (Mclsaac) 
Robert E. and Veronica (Leahy) 
James F. & Mary P. (Lamson) 
Ted L. and Linda K. (Maddox) 
Michael W. and Linda A. (Dodge) 
Richard K. and Concetta M. (Perillo) 
Louis A., Jr. and Mary F. (Russell) 
Leslie O. and Christine A. (Shea) 
Stephen J. and Paula A. (DeFreitas) 
Robert F., Jr. and Susan J. (Dingle) 
Kenneth F. and Wendy R. (Barboza) 
Thomas G. and Linda S. (Fecteau) 
John D. and Candice J. (Eidam) 
Arthur L. Jr. & Kathleen A. (Sullivan) 



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Record of Marriages 



Place of 
Date Marriage 


Name 


Residence 


January 




1 


1 


Stoneham 


Warren Frederick Hanson 
Gail Marie Tibbetts 


Wakefield 
Stoneham 


3 


Bilierica 


Michael David Jansky 
Carolyn Florence Kelley 


N. Bilierica 
Wakefield 


4 


Wakefield 


Kenneth Paul Goodie 
Margaret Mary Sheehan 


West Haven, Conn. 
Wakefield 


11 


Wakefield 


David William Contant 
Mirella Angela Watt 


Wakefield 
Concord 


20 


Lynnfield 


Joseph Anthony Croce Quinn 
Lisa Carolyn Johnson 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


25 


Wakefield 


Bradford Blackinton Cornell 
Ellen Marie Burke 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


25 


Danvers 


Daniel Richard Neville 
Eileen Theresa Cassidy 


Saugus 
Wakefield 


25 Wakefield 
February 


Gary Steven Buxton 
Nancy Marian Curry 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


1 


Lowell 


Alexander Ernest Struzziero 
Patricia Andrea Letford 


Wakefield 
Lowell 


1 


Wakefield 


Thomas Michael Stoddard 
Gail Marie Chiappini 


Wakefield 
Melrose 


1 


Lynnfield 


Richard Albert Jay 
Kathleen Mae MacKinnon 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


7 


Lynnfield 


Lawrence Robert Lucie 
Mary Marjorie Doucette 


Beverly 
Wakefield 


8 


Medford 


Morris Duncan Blaine 
Joan Catherine Barry 


Wakefield 
Medford 


8 


Wakefield 


Paul Mark Lanning 
Rosemarie Perante 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


8 


Sudbury 


Timothy John Mulcahy 
Diane Marie Spezzaferri 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


13 


Wakefield 


John Richard Baby, Jr. 
Betty Jayne Bouchard 


N. Reading 
Wakefield 


14 


Wakefield 


Roger Henry Masse 
Nancy Jean Collins 


Beverly 
Wakefield 


14 


Groveland 


Michael Palmerino 
Dorothy Jean Webster 


Wakefield 
Groveland 



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Place of 
Date Marriage 

14 Melrose 

14 Wakefield 

15 Stoneham 

16 Wakefield 

17 Wayland 
22 Wakefield 

22 Wenham 

March 

1 Burlington 

1 Wilmington 

8 Reading 

16 Wakefield 

21 Lynnfield 

22 Wakefield 

23 N. Reading 
29 Wakefield 
29 Wakefield 



Name Residence 

Thomas Edward Richer Wakefield 

Anne Kelliher Melrose 

Julio Alexander Secchiaroli Maryland 

Elaine Marie Craig Wakefield 

Donald Lee Kelloway Wakefield 

Ethel Ann LaSalle Wakefield 

Michael Grant Murphy Wakefield 

Kim Ellen Chapman Wakefield 

Victor Francis John Anthony Agius Wakefield 

Sandra Lee Henderson Belmont 

John Anthony Fallica Wakefield 

Elayne Claire Michaud Wakefield 

Robert Elliott Scott Everett 

Joyce Earlene Baggs Wakefield 

Gary Paul Castiglione Wakefield 

Janet Bartlow Viland Wakefield 

Ronald Roger Fairbanks Wakefield 

Susan Marie Delorey Tewksbury 

Wayne Peddle King Wakefield 

Ritamarie Collins Reading 

Steven Charles Corliss Reading 

Sandra Ann Meuse Wakefield 

Michael Francis Jenkins Wakefield 

Marie Eva Pelletier Wakefield 

Donald Michael Duncan Wakefield 

Carol Marie Home Wakefield 

Paul Frederick Grasewicz Reading 

Rose Mary Richer Wakefield 

John Paul Egli Wakefield 

Judith Mildred Cornell Wakefield 

Peter Andrew Turkall Wakefield 

Gloria Fitzmaurice Arlington 



April 

4 Wakefield 

5 Wakefield 
5 Wakefield 



Henry Joseph Jordan, Jr. 
Kathleen Anne McCormack 

Joseph Francis Greene 
Mary Catherine Theroux 

William Richard Moore 
Donna Claire McLaughlin 



Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Melrose 

Saugus 
Saugus 



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Place of 
Date Marriage 


Name 


Residence 


6 


Wakefield 


Peter Eugene Lewis 
Linda Jean Boucher 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


6 


Revere 


Paul Anthony Zagarella 
Elaine Reska 


Wakefield 
Revere 


11 


Reading 


Ronald James Philbrick 
Corrine Marie Walsh 


Wakefield 
Boston 


12 


Wakefield 


Nicholas Thomas Fortune 
Cynthia Court LaFond 


Lawrence 
Wakefield 


12 


Wakefield 


Glenn A. Macomber 
Deborah Lee Doucette 


N. Reading 
N. Reading 


12 


Wakefield 


William Arthur Davidson, III 
Jean Marie Fraughton 


Maiden 
Wakefield 


12 


Wakefield 


John Lawrence Roberson 
Donna Marie Shea 


Lynnfield 
Wakefield 


12 


Winchester 


Richard Dale Saunders 
Susan Marie Griffin 


Woburn 
Wakefield 


18 


Reading 


Arnold Francis Meyer 
Nancy Brown Zglinicki 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


19 


Wakefield 


Charles Leland Geier 
Janice Marion McGrath 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


19 


Wakefield 


Ireneusz Orlowski 
Marie Elizabeth Feudo 


Woburn 
Wakefield 


26 


Wakefield 


Francis Crowley 
Rose Marie Puccio 


Melrose 
Wakefield 


26 Woburn 
May 


Thomas William Hogan 
Dorothea Tavanis 


Lowell 
Wakefield 


3 


Wakefield 


Roger Clark Stretton 
Joyce Jeanette Jordan 


Pembroke 
Wakefield 


4 


Wakefield 


Anthony Armando Antetomaso, Jr. 
Susan Ann Fondini 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


4 


Lynn 


Gary Winthrop Moore 
Pauline Stacy Ramonas 


Wakefield 
Lynn 


10 


Melrose 


Erick Lee Anderson 
Judith Ellen Howe 


Wakefield 
Melrose 


10 


Reading 


Raymond Grant Chesley, Jr. 
Janet Ann G lines 


Wakefield 
Reading 


10 


Lynnfield 


John Thomas Godin 
Debra Ann Tullgren 


Wakefield 
Lynnfield 


10 


Wakefield 


David Wallace Mette 
Colleen Hazel Light 


Stoneham 
Reading 



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Place of 
Date Marriage 


Name 


Residence 


10 


Lynnfield 


James John O'Neill, Jr. 
Jean Esther Bartol 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


11 


Wakefield 


Josepn Nelson Murray 
Donna Marie Dillon 


N. Reading 
Wakefield 


17 


Lawrence 


John James Gilfeather 
Kathleen Ann Thomas 


Wakefield 
Lawrence 


17 


Lynnfield 


Jacob Papierowitch 
Shirley Maureen Randazzo 


Lynn 
Wakefield 


18 


Lynn 


Paul Richard Black 
Marina Portia Coule 


Wakefield 
Saugus 


18 


Wakefield 


Lynn Gay Story 
Sandra Jean Elliott 


Shrewsbury 
Wakefield 


18 


Peabody 


Richard John Ricci 
Diane Susan Goldstein 


Boston 
Wakefield 


23 


Lynnfield 


Ronald Warren Olive 
Mary Anne Bonney 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


24 


Wakefield 


Peter Collins 
Jacqueline M . Shea 


Woburn 
Woburn 


24 


Wakefield 


Kenneth Roy Downey 
Mary Ellen O'Connor 


Melrose 
Wakefield 


24 


Woburn 


Michael Charles Elias 
Denise Lanpher 


Wakefield 
Woburn 


24 


Lynnfield 


Henry Joseph Green, Jr. 
Cheryl Ann Clifford 


Wakefield 
Peabody 


24 


Reading 


Bruce Lester Hartman 
Lois Ann Steadman 


Wakefield 
Reading 


24 


Medford 


James Francis Maguire 
Carol Marie Robitaille 


Wakefield 
Medford 


24 


Wakefield 


Pasquale Quaglia 
Giovanna Berardinangelo 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


24 


Wakefield 


Arthur Glenn Richardson 
Judith Anne Majeski 


Lexington 
Wakefield 


25 


Wakefield 


Robert Arnold Williamson 
Bonnie Lyn Stewart 


E. Providence, R.I. 
Wakefield 


25 


Reading 


Thomas Alan Edson 
Joie Louise Rindone 


Reading 
Wakefield 


28 


Framingham 


Roger Sewall Wales 
Dorothy Davis 


Wakefield 
Framingham 


30 


Wakefield 


Herbert Mark MacDonough 
Mary Ann Maguire 


Somerville 
Wakefield 



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Place of 
Date Marriage 


Name 


Residence 


31 


Wakefield 


Kevin Barry Corbett 
Susan Margaret Brennan 


Yarmouth, Maine 
Wakefield 


31 Wakefield 
June 


Richard J. Popp 
Alice L. Whelchel 


Boston 

Framingham 


1 


Lynnfield 


Frank J. Shiebler 
Margaret Mary DeLong 


Reading 
Wakefield 


1 


Stoneham 


Dennis Paul D'Agostino 
Diane Marie Keating 


Wakefield 
Stoneham 


1 


Maiden 


Philip Joseph Russo, Jr. 
Patricia Ann O'Connor 


Maiden 
Wakefield 


1 


Burlington 


John Helgeson Vik 
Lynne Irene Straghan 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


7 


Wayland 


John Reid Almeida 
Margo Tower Batten 


Wakefield 
Wayland 


7 


Wakefield 


Thomas William Brightman 
Donna Claire O'Neill 


Portsmouth , N . H . 
Wakefield 


7 


Boston 


Keven Arthur Halliday 
Aleta Mary Miranda 


Wakefield 
Boston 


8 


N. Reading 


David Eric Dana 
Laurie Lynn Gallant 


Revere 
Wakefield 


8 


Maiden 


John James Queenan 
Sandra Carolyn Brustin 


Wakefield 
Medford 


13 


Wakefield 


Robert D. Davis 
Carol A. Olson 


Woburn 
Woburn 


13 


Wakefield 


Osualdo Roman Ortiz 
Palmira Barbieri 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


14 


Wakefield 


Brion B. Applegate 
Mary Patricia Kiernan 


Beachwood, N.J. 
Maiden 


14 


Wakefield 


Peter Donald Gaudette 
Ellen Elizabeth Spark 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


14 


Wakefield 


Harvey Kent May 
Marcia Ann Meuse 


Virginia Beach, Va. 
Wakefield 


14 


Wakefield 


Ronald Neil Lien 
Merilyn Jean Carder 


Gilford, N.H. 
Wakefield 


14 


Woburn 


Edward Albert Rodriguez 
Joyce Rebecca Wood 


Wakefield 
Woburn 


20 


Lynnfield 


Richard Allen Gaul 
Barbara Regina Gaul 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


21 


Lynnfield 


Daniel Andrew Albani 
Charlene Elsie Dougherty 


Wakefield 
Lynn 



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Place of 
Date Marriage 

21 Wakefield 

21 Wakefield 

21 Wakefield 

21 Wakefield 

21 Wakefield 

22 Somerville 
22 Wakefield 
22 Brookline 
22 Wakefield 
22 Wakefield 
27 Wakefield 
27 Wakefield 

27 Wakefield 

28 Wakefield 
28 Wakefield 
28 Wakefield 
28 Wakefield 
28 Wakefield 

28 Wakefield 

29 Maiden 



Name 



Residence 



Robert Alfred Gross 


Burlington 


Annette Helen Champion 


Lexington 


Robert William Dunham 


Everett 


Brenda Joan Perry 


Melrose 


Brian Michael Laughlin 


Wakefield 


Dianne Marie Annichiarico 


Wakefield 


Bruce Frank Morrill 


Warner, N.H. 


Camilla Jacqueline Muise 


Wakefield 


Wayne Leslie Parsons 


Somerville 


Lora Elva Burdin 


Wakefield 


Albert Addonizio, III 


Wakefield 


Giovanna Susi 


Somerville 


David Paul Cicciarella 


Wakefield 


Cynthia Joan Lamy 


Wakefield 


Edward Larry Leeds 


Brookline 


Rachel J. Caswell 


Wakefield 


Joseph Peter Russo 


Wakefield 


Teresa Ann Zagarella 


Wakefield 


Robert Joseph Palange 


Spokane, Wash. 


Cynthia Marguerite Glendon 


Melrose 


Robert Carlton Day 


Princeton 


Jean Marie Carli 


Wakefield 


Richard Alan Martino 


Wakefield 


Kathleen Angela Generazzo 


Wakefield 


Rowland A. Yeo 


Wakefield 


Carol Ann Dooley 


Wakefield 


James Arthur Cleaves 


Beverly 


Linda Janice Evans 


Danvers 


Laurence Dutton Green 


Wakefield 


Susan Marie Migliore 


Wakefield 


Thomas Warren Longmore 


Wakefield 


Cheryl Ann Dunn 


Stoneham 


Leo Francis McMorrill, Jr. 


Wakefield 


Elizabeth Beatrice Foody 


Wakefield 


Richard Vincent Nieman, Jr. 


Melrose 


Joanne Frances Ball 


Melrose 


Mark Emerson Russell 


Windham, N.H. 


Joanne Marie Munroe 


Wakefield 


Robert Edward Cunningham 


Wakefield 


Judith Ann McGrath 


Maiden 



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Place of 
Date Marriage 


Name 


Residence 


29 


Wakefield 


Leo A. Lavoie 
Margaret E . Johnson 


Burlington 
Burlington 


29 


Wakefield 


James Russell Tecce 
Jane Elizabeth O'Connor 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


29 Wakefield 
July 


Ronald Alfred Zitola 
Deborah Dale Lynch 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


5 


Wakefield 


Francis Xavier Rogers, Jr. 
Patricia Ann Salem 


Lexington 
Wakefield 


5 


Wakefield 


Alexis Swan 

Susan Guilford Montague 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


8 


N. Reading 


Thomas James Wright 
Catherine Ann Murray 


Wakefield 
Boston 


11 


Hamilton 


Gary Kim Jenkins Huntington Beach, Cal. 
Karen Jane Abbott Wakefield 


11 


Wakefield 


Silvio Atillio Mercuri 
Louise Andrea Fournier 


Braintree 
Braintree 


11 


Lynnfield 


William Joseph Staley 
Theresa Mae Mangee 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


12 


Wakefield 


Robert Smith Callan 
Karen Jean McCluskey 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


12 


Wakefield 


Edward William Desmarais 
Kathleen Fotino 


Bayside, N.Y. 
Wakefield 


12 


Arlington 


Kenneth George Lawson 
Sandra Gale Bailey Montgomery 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


12 


Medford 


Robert Joseph Lynch, Jr. 
Judith Ann Mullen 


Wakefield 
Arlington 


12 


Wakefield 


Kenneth Stanley Makarewicz 
Debra Ann Humphrey 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


12 


Wakefield 


Walter Joseph Skelton 
Katherine Grace Murphy 


Billerica 
Wakefield 


13 


Wakefield 


Richard Allan Henshaw 
Kristen Jane Kingsbury 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


13 


Quincy 


Wilbert Joseph Hill, Jr. 
Lydia Petrella 


Wakefield 
Quincy 


13 


Reading 


Patrick Joseph Dignan 
Jeanne Mary Poznysz 


Wakefield 
Reading 


13 


Wakefield 


Paul Kevin Vahey 
Mary Claire Clancy 


Needham 
Wakefield 


19 


Wakefield 


Joseph Alleca 
Suzanne Rivard 


Melrose 
Wakefield 



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Place of 
Date Marriage 


Name 


Residence 


19 


Wakefield 


Richard Edward Dollard 
Cynthia Carole Currie 


Saugus 
Wakefield 


19 


Wakefield 


Aljadith Gomez 
Deolinda Medeiros 


Boston 
Wakefield 


19 


Maiden 


Michael John MacKay 
Diane Marie Ciampa 


Wakefield 
Medford 


19 


Sudbury 


Ernst -August Claus von Holten 
Jeanne Ellen Malonson 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


20 


Wakefield 


Michael Albert Chiaradonna 
Jane Marie Forrest 


Lynn 
Melrose 


25 


Billerica 


Anton Lloyd Smith 
Deborah Ann Snider 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


26 Wakefield 
August 


Arthur Sigvard Swanton, Jr. 
Cynthia Mary Poor 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


1 


Wakefield 


Charles Michael Gorman 
Linda Ann Twombly 


Boston 
Wakefield 


2 


Wakefield 


John Francis Richard 
Barbara Jean Keefe 


Salem 
Wakefield 


2 


Arlington 


Jurgen Peter Greulich 
Judith Monroe Wheeler 


Cambridge 
Wakefield 


2 


Wakefield 


Patrick Maurice O'Brien 
Denise Marie McCarron 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


2 


Lynnfield 


Anthony Paul Montrond, Jr. 
Lillian Kathalin Hamory 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


2 


Wakefield 


Robert C. Stone 
Deborah S. Waterman 


Stoneham 
Wakefield 


2 


Boston 


Richard Edmand Vasseur 
Laurie Ann Woodruff 


Wakefield 
Boston 


9 


Melrose 


Tony Rudolph Barden 
Elizabeth Frances Pothier 


Wakefield 
Melrose 


9 


Wakefield 


James Michael Farrell 
Cheryl Ann Funk 


Stoneham 
Wakefield 


9 


Wakefield 


Michael N. Taylor 
JuneE. Casper 


Brighton 
Cambridge 


15 


Wakefield 


David Richard Muse 
Lois Marie Bourquin 


Wakefield 
Lawrence 


15 


Winchester 


George John Snow 
Marianne Penta 


Wakefield 
Winchester 


16 


Wakefield 


Michael H. DeLong 
Suzanne Glynn 


Merrimac 
Peabody 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



149 



Place of 
Date Marriage 

16 Revere 

16 Andover 

16 Wakefield 

17 Wakefield 
17 Lynnfield 
17 Canton 

22 Lynnfield 

23 Burlington 
23 Lynn 

23 Medford 

23 Weymouth 

23 Lynnfield 

23 Wakefield 

24 Wakefield 
24 Lexington 
26 Wakefield 

29 Wakefield 

30 Springfield 
30 Lynnfield 
30 Wakefield 



Name 

Michael Joseph DiOrio 
Sally Ann Stretton 

Gordon Ralph Whicher 
Susan Elizabeth Cox 

Thomas Everett Worthley 
Catherine Ann Surette 

Christopher John Garniss 
Joan Fitzgerald 

Peter John Cerrone 
Joan Anne Lombardi 

Robert James Collins 
Patricia Marie Steigner 

Gerald E. Sweetland 
Donna Marie Santoro 

Stephen Jonathan Breton 
Jean deGrasse 

Thomas J. Brown 
IngridM. Bucolo 

Richard Joseph Enos 
Shirley Anne Eno 

Paul Augustin Landry 
Ann Marie Wilson 

Michael William Petrucci 
Deborah Ann Hinkley 

Timothy Nathan Thomas 
Judith Elinor Howe 

Mark Charles Arsenault 
Gayle Beatrice Foss 

Eric Ruderman 
Ruth Michele Segall 

Bruce F. Buckler 
Mary L. Brougham 

Stephen George Cox 
Barbara Ann Taylor 

Arthur Scott Bradley 
Patricia Ann Sheehan 

Peter James Puglisi 
Shelly Mae Bontaites 

Edward Gerald Sarafian 
Cynthia Mary -Louise Foley 



Residence 

Saugus 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Andover 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Melrose 
Melrose 

Wakefield 
Peabody 

Wakefield 
Canton 

North Reading 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Burlington 

Wakefield 
Saugus 

Everett 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Weymouth 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Revere 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Waltham 

Peabody 
Peabody 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Melrose 
Melrose 



150 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Place of 
Date Marriage 


Name 


Residence 


31 Wakefield 
September 


Donald Coleman Connolly 
Ann Marie Kennedy 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


5 


Wakefield 


Paul Anthony Stelline 
Laureen Ann Bury 


Beverly 
Beverly 


6 


Wakefield 


Donald Paul Casey 
Josephine Theresa Accort 


Arlington 
Arlington 


6 


Wakefield 


Richard Eric Englund 
Susan Colucci 


Reading 
Wakefield 


6 


Lynn 


Andrew Brian Zimmerman 
Alexandra Joy Semchenko 


Harrisburg, Perm. 
Wakefield 


7 


Lynn 


Michael James Gaynor 
Carol Anne Cashman 


Wakefield 
Lynn 


12 


Wakefield 


Glenn Allan Eagleston 
Nanette Marie Cunha 


Reading 
Stoneham 


12 


Wakefield 


Joseph John Perna 
Lillian Jennie Bartolo 


Melrose 
St. Petersberg, Fla. 


13 


Melrose 


James F. Manning, Jr. 
Susan R. Henriksen 


Boston 
Wakefield 


13 


Wakefield 


David Michael Richards 
Penny Jean Morang 


Reading 
Wakefield 


13 


Wakefield 


Mario Peter Rosati, II 
Patrice Anne Spark 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


14 


Wakefield 


Jonathan Lewis Ayres 
Denise Ann Sateriale 


Belmont 
Wakefield 


14 


Lynnfield 


Oscar Allman Spear, Jr. 
Robin Elizabeth Smith 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


19 


Wakefield 


Stephen John Ennis 
Sharyn Lee Perry 


Lynn 
Wakefield 


20 


Wakefield 


Ralph Charles Bowser 
Rosemarie Allen 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


20 


Wakefield 


David Francis Carroll 
Ruth Ann Bennett 


Wakefield 
N. Reading 


20 


Wakefield 


John Joseph Farrell, III 
Kathleen Mary Doherty 


Melrose 
Melrose 


20 


Revere 


Robert Michael Santamaria 
Ellen Joy Wynn 


Wakefield 
Revere 


20 


Wakefield 


Robert Francis Spindler 
Donna Jean MacDonald 


Stoneham 
Melrose 


23 


Wakefield 


Gary Frank Waddle 
Bonnie Jean Higgins 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 



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151 



Place of 
Date Marriage 


Name 


Residence 


25 


Maiden 


Bradlee Sheridan 
Nelida Colon 


Wakefield 
Maiden 


27 


Wakefield 


William Ernest Jefferson, Jr. 
Karen Jeanne Buckley 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


27 


Wakefield 


Hugh M. Parks, Jr. 
Eileen M. Hynes 


Stoneham 
N. Reading 


28 


Wakefield 


David Vincent Scerra 
Pamela Jane Gannon 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


30 Wakefield 
October 


Joseph Jeffrey Muse 
Jeraldine Rita Nesbitt 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


2 


Reading 


Maurice Edwin Bishop 
Joan Elizabeth Scott 


Reading 
Wakefield 


3 


Wakefield 


Ned W.Bennett 
Cathleen Haven 


South Dennis 
Dennis 


3 


Wakefield 


Thomas James Dupuis 
Kathleen Patricia Fahey 


Saugus 
Reading 


3 


Lynnfield 


Allen Edward Hartford 
June Doris Mahtasian 


Wakefield 
Pawtucket, R.I. 


3 


Wakefield 


Walter Michael Walkowicz 
Diane Ellen Distasio 


Lowell 
Woburn 


4 


Wakefield 


Richard Paul Chapman, Jr. 
Kathleen Marie Butler 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


4 


Wakefield 


Peter Falabella 
Robin Berardinangelo 


Northampton 
Northampton 


4 


Wakefield 


Thomas Clarence Granno 
Rena Marie Dinarello 


Honolulu, Hawaii 
Melrose 


4 


Wakefield 


Martin H. McHardy 
Grace Berry 


Tewksbury 
Tewksbury 


4 


Wakefield 


Stephen Allen Purrington 
Teresa Louise True 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


4 


Wakefield 


Nathan Rosnov 
Mary L. Marchand 


Billerica 
Chelmsford 


4 


Wakefield 


Gary Lee Walker 
Audrey Ruth Hendricks 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


5 


Wakefield 


John Gregorio 
Annette Mandato 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


5 


Wakefield 


Martin Muise 
Patricia Zaccardo 


Chicopee 
Chicopee 


10 


Melrose 


Michael Wayne Martello 
Carol Leigh Perry 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 



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Place of 
Date Marriage 


Name 


Residence 


11 


Wakefield 


Joseph Louis Analetto 
Jane Garvey 


Medford 
Melrose 


11 


Wakefield 


Kevin Leo Barrett 
Catherine Ann Murrell 


Reading 
Reading 


11 


Wakefield 


Kevin Michael Flynn 
Joan Leslie Cardillo 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


11 


Wakefield 


Kevin Joseph McCauley 
Judith Eileen Mazza 


Wakefield 
Melrose 


12 


Wakefield 


Edward George Lebre, III 
Diane Louise Kenney 


Burlington 
Wakefield 


12 


North Reading 


Michael Sutton Murray 
Linda Suzanne Mamos 


Ipswich 
Wakefield 


12 


Maiden 


Clinton Stephen Smith 
Barbara Ann Abbott 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


12 


Wakefield 


Richard Ernest Tabb 
Lynn Marie Barry 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


17 


Marblehead 


Clifford Forbes Clark 
Judith Lynn Crawford 


West Chester, Ohio 
Wakefield 


18 


Wakefield 


Lynton Wayne Burke 
Bonnie Ann MacFarland 


N. Reading 
N. Reading 


18 


Wakefield 


Arthur Cabral, Jr. 
Judith Ann Turner 


Andover 
Wakefield 


18 


Wakefield 


Frank DiPietro 
Kim Ann Wray 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


18 


Wakefield 


Philip Francis Reed 
Marcia Ann Henderson 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


18 


Provincetown 


George James White, Jr. 
Annette Marie Baker 


Wakefield 
Provincetown 


19 


Wakefield 


Charles M. Blue, Jr. 
Melissa Packard 


Chicago, 111. 
Chicago, 111. 


19 


Wakefield 


Richard Wayne Crozier 
Ellen Jeanne Contardo 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


24 


Wakefield 


Ronald A. Rybinski 
Renee Anne Dobias 


Burlington 
Burlington 


25 


Wakefield 


Edgar A. Bibeault 
Marie Rivers 


Arlington 
Wakefield 


25 


Wakefield 


John William Clifton 
Verna Katherine Liming 


Melrose 
Melrose 


25 


Wakefield 


James Michael Czimbal 
Judith Jacquart 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 



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153 



Place of 
Date Marriage 

25 Wakefield 



25 Wakefield 

25 Wakefield 

25 Wakefield 

25 Salem 

25 Wakefield 

25 Revere 

26 Wakefield 

29 Wakefield 

30 Wakefield 

November 

1 Wakefield 

1 Wakefield 

1 Wakefield 

6 Boston 

8 Wakefield 

8 Wakefield 

14 Wakefield 

14 Wakefield 

15 Wakefield 
15 Wakefield 



Name 


Residence 


George Anthony DelRossi, Jr. 
Betsy Frances Croto 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


William Edward Garvin 
Christine Ann Calligandes 


Billerica 
Wakefield 


Richard Newell Heimbecker 
Deborah Jean Eager 


Melrose 
Wakefield 


Thomas J. Lindsay, Jr. 
Susan Frances Gilbert 


Medford 
Wilmington 


Richard Francis Lynch 
Susan Denise Audet 


Wakefield 
Salem 


David Michael Walsh 
Wendy Kathleen Serrentino 


Wakefield 
Reading 


John Francis Trainor 
Frances Ann Porcella 


Wakefield 
Revere 


Wayne Allen Kimball 
Cynthia Lea Munsen 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


Joseph Edward Perez 
M. Judy Boyer 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


James Charles Phillip Knox 
Melba Grace Bailey 


Stoneham 
Stoneham 


Kevin E. Anthony 
Amanda Franklin 


Woburn 
Woburn 


William Agnelo Hayes, Jr. 
Susan Sylvia Muise 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


Robert Beauford Zwicker 
Doreen Lynn DeSotto 


Reading 
Wakefield 


Roy James Lefavour 
Gertrude Elizabeth Scott 


Wakefield 
Boston 


David Thomas Forsyth 
Mary Ann Perillo 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


Charles Thomas Kennedy 
Judith Ann Russell 


Wakefield 
Maiden 


Michael DeCristoforo 
Mary Catherine Howitt 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


Thomas Edward Keating 
Lee Ann Audet 


Chelsea 
Wakefield 


Michael Anthony Palmerino, Jr. 
Shirley Jeanne Curran 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


Charles Phillip Saytanides 
Linda Gail Bayrd 


Milford, N.H. 
Wakefield 



154 



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Place of 
Date Marriage 


Name 


Residence 


16 


Wakefield 


Richard Rocco DiGloria 
Lucy Anne Paone 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


21 


Wakefield 


Ronald James Leonard 
Deanna Marie Yankowski 


Melrose 
Melrose 


22 


Wakefield 


Frederick James Doherty 
Linda Dorothy Eager 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


22 


Wakefield 


Russell Stanley Gnong, Jr. 
Kathleen Patricia Curley 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


28 


North Reading 


Norman Paul Gilvey, Jr. 
Suzanne Denise Deegan 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


28 


Wakefield 


Gary Curtis Hook 
Theresa Ann White 


Stoneham 
Wakefield 


28 


Wakefield 


Richard Harold Sykes 
Veronica Anne Sidelinker 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


26 


Wakefield 


Angelo John Radosta 
Margaret Joan Wilburn 


Melrose 
Melrose 


29 


Chelmsford 


John Michael Devine 
Gilda Hope Guaraldi 


Wakefield 
Chelmsford 


29 


Peabody 


Elliot I. Ectman 
Patricia M. Skillings 


Winthrop 
Wakefield 


30 Wakefield 
December 


Vincent Sisto Perrone 
Nancy Lee Connors 


Stoneham 
Stoneham 


4 


Wakefield 


Kenneth Paul Cardillo 
Marilyn Elizabeth Cole 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


5 


Wakefield 


Michael Paul Granese 
Cindy Lee Johnson 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


5 


Wakefield 


Richard Stephen Hubbard 
Sharon Lee Sweeney 


Wakefield 
North Reading 


5 


New Bedford 


Joseph Louis Morock 
Irene Viera 


Wakefield 
New Bedford 


6 


Wakefield 


Richard J. Perotti 
Ruth E . Stinson 


Stoneham 
Stoneham 


7 


Cambridge 


John Alfred Baldi 
Catherine Marie Bourque 


Melrose 
Wakefield 


7 


Cambridge 


Antoine Karim Bassaleh 
Souad Fakhoury 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


13 


Wakefield 


Randall Anderson Hale 
Virginia Mary Steadman 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


20 


Melrose 


Robert Theodore Guertin, Jr. 
Jane Philbrick Richmond 


Wakefield 
Stoneham 



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155 



Place of 
Date Marriage 


Name 


Residence 


24 


Wakefield 


Gary Andrew Kaplan 
Joan Fleiss 


Melrose 
Melrose 


26 


Wakefield 


Brian Joseph Kittery 
Marcia Ann Coflan 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


27 


Wakefield 


Randall Edward Gaetz 
Terry Frances Schofield 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


28 


Wakefield 


Mark Edward Humpai 
Martha Morrison 


Newbury port 
Newbury port 


31 


Wakefield 


Frank Lawrence McShane 
Judith Ann Brown 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 



156 



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Record of Deaths 



Date Name 

1975 

January 

1 Geneva M. Christopher 

2 William Ferrick 
6 Julia Petrucci 

8 Nadine Marie Erickson 

9 Gilbert H. Bridges 
9 Donald MacDonald 

10 Jennie Kelso 

1 1 George E . Marchant Jr. 

11 James W. Tynan 

12 Edgar R. Anderson 

13 JohnF.O'Keeffe 

15 James V. Polvere 

16 William Foley 

17 Margaret Maria Graglia 
17 Delia Bessie Wellington 
19 Hattie O.Butler 

19 Andrew C. Dalrymple 
22 Anna Josephina Pearson 

22 Soccorso Musi 

23 Frank E.Shedd 
25 Ann J . Muse 
28 Evelyn Lux 

31 William F.Sewell, Jr. 

31 Norman C.Tucker 

February 

1 Clara Alvarez 

1 Harriet Eunice McCarthy 

5 Robert E.Littell 

6 PeterA.Muise 

8 Walter Armstrong 

8 Emilie Popelka 

9 Alice M. Cheyne 

9 Delia A. Thompson 

1 1 Helen M . Gibbons 

11 David Mathieson 

14 Angela T.Rich 

14 Mitchell Zagaja 

15 Olive May Little 
15 Ellen McKeon 

20 Frederick L.Ryan 

22 Constance Arsenault 

23 Maria Donabedian 

23 Samuel Lewis Knowlton 



Years 



Months 



Days 



71 






68 


10 


8 


64 


10 


17 


1 


2 


15 


50 


4 


24 


49 


8 


18 


82 


9 


30 


66 


1 


5 


84 


4 


30 


75 


10 


25 


90 


5 


9 


62 


2 


19 


81 


2 


18 


80 


4 


28 


89 


8 


10 


97 


1 


2 


83 


3 


7 


89 


6 


6 


87 


7 


17 


85 


7 


20 


75 


5 


18 


61 


3 


12 


84 


2 


15 


51 


4 


26 


86 


1 


11 


85 


4 


26 


49 


4 


10 


77 


1 


22 


89 


5 


26 


72 


4 


17 


87 




27 


83 






70 


4 


26 


84 




15 


52 


5 


2 


64 


9 


22 


79 


8 


23 


90 


7 


21 


72 


10 


29 


70 


4 


20 


45 


3 


11 


63 


3 


19 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



157 



Date Name 


23 


Ellen D. O'Connor 


25 


Demetra Lagoyianis 


26 


Amy C. Rangas 


27 


Leslie John Jay 


March 


3 


Annie Maude Baxter 


3 


Mabel Alice Samsel 


4 


Ralph E.Belmore 


4 


Anna Cincotta 


4 


Irene G.DuBois 


5 


Dorothy A. White 


6 


Laura Harriet Ayer 


10 


Umberto Albert Cambareri 


12 


Mary E.Neagle 


13 


Bridget Mary O'Neil 


13 


Helen B. Topping 


14 


Clarence D. Edson 


15 


Mary E.Rice 


16 


Ivan Blanchard 


16 


Margaret E. Lariccia 


16 


Ernest Pessolano 


17 


Helen E. Fox 


17 


Florence B. Gass 


20 


Gladys Allen 


20 


Wilbert F. Hanson 


20 


Richard G. Sandron 


23 


Joseph Accolla 


23 


Rosetta Blaney 


27 


Ellen Nellie Theresa Hurton 


28 


Frank R. Murphy 


28 


Andrew J. Peabody 


30 


John R.Hull 


30 


G. Joseph Longo 


30 


Agnes Mary Morrison 


31 


Eleanor L.Lilly 


April 


6 


Arlene J. Doherty 


8 


Antonio DiMinico 


8 


Blanche D. Sheaff 


10 


Emma W. Reed 


10 


Mary C. Watson 


11 


Justin J. Jaskun 


11 


Mabelle Sproul 


13 


John Galenius 


13 


Kathleen F. Wheeler 


14 


Samuel Burwen 


15 


Hilde Christopher 



'ears 


Months 


Days 


64 




2 


78 






76 


10 


2 


83 


3 


4 


81 


4 


26 


73 


11 


27 


79 


8 


21 


85 


7 


12 


72 


2 


4 


59 


9 


27 


85 






75 


9 


17 


92 






86 


4 


17 


53 





22 


79 


5 


3 


99 


7 


28 


85 


2 




60 


1 


8 


72 


1 


16 


90 


6 


12 


75 


11 


27 


70 


6 


18 


52 


5 


12 


78 




19 


70 






88 






81 


8 


24 


81 


9 


21 


92 






48 






84 






64 


7 


27 


62 


6 


29 


49 


7 




63 


2 


25 


92 




17 


98 


3 


23 


88 




24 


96 






63 


6 


23 


75 


11 


14 


21 




1 


88 




18 


47 


9 


13 



158 



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Date 



Name 



Years 



15 Rose Anne Figlia 

15 George Jason Forster 

15 Craig Russell Marson 

16 Ellen Forster 

18 Mary A. O'Leary 

20 JohnD.Maloney 

20 EllaU. McNally 

21 Marie Louis Lamy 

22 Elmer Raymond Carroll 

22 AlpheeB. Huard 

23 Sarkis Dakessian 

23 Magdalena Hacian 

24 Lisa Fitzgibbons 

25 Catherine F. Maguire 
25 Doris S. Randall 

28 Anthony Nicholas Stamegna 

29 Lillian Mancini 

30 Minerva E . Locke 



21 
2 
5 

22 

74 
76 
85 
81 
57 
71 

90 
21 
63 
77 
78 
85 
51 



Months 


Days 


2 


10 




23 


8 


18 


10 


21 


9 


24 


11 


5 


8 


19 


2 


30 


1 


25 


11 


17 


9 




2 


26 


4 


25 


9 


11 


6 


22 


5 


16 



May 

1 Iris Sherman 

2 Arthur S. Crowe 

3 Cornelius Carmody 

3 Mildred Emma Hadley Eaton 

4 Charles DeFederico 

4 Vito Richard Fazio 

5 Matilda E. Peterson 

6 John Edgar Melanson 

7 Mary Teresa Foley 
7 Anna J. Harris 

9 Henry J. O'Leary 

10 Mary Jane Hakey 

10 George Meade O'Neill 

1 1 Clark Sylvester Quinlan 

12 Grace Coccoro 
12 AlmaL.Farrell 
12 Alice R. Shoules 
14 Frank Coughlin 
14 Joseph Gallant 

16 Mildred Josephine Linehan 

22 John F.Brady 

29 Catherine Cecilia McCarthy 



74 
78 
64 
89 
67 
67 
97 
77 
85 
83 
84 
82 
73 
69 
75 
64 
91 
68 
54 
68 
56 
75 



7 

8 

8 

10 



15 
18 
23 
28 

16 

14 

15 

3 

6 

4 
12 
26 
25 
22 

24 

8 



June 

1 William H. Littlewood 

5 Francesca Cicciarella 

5 Ethel Roby Fuller 

6 Joseph L. Gibbs 
8 RuthO.Cheyne 



68 
78 
79 
69 
61 



10 
9 
4 
3 



21 
27 
20 
17 
25 



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159 



Date Name 

10 Agnes M . DeVries 
14 Kenneth G. Shaw 
17 Calla Olive Johnson 
17 John J . Landers 

22 Harrison L. Parker 

24 Marion E . Rowe 

25 Salvatore F. Lo Faro 

29 William P. Lombard 

30 Stanley Bryson 

July 

1 Michael Raduazzo 

7 Glendeane E. Gibbs 

9 Salvatore Caristo 

1 1 Kimberly Allen 

12 Edia Gearin 

12 AngeloG.Lunt 

12 John J. Raff ael, Sr. 

14 William Walsh 

15 Charles Cubitoso 

20 Jennifer E . Freeman 

20 Charles Phillips 

21 Thomas F. Duggan 

22 Chester A. Johnston 

22 Margaret F. McAuliffe 

23 Kenneth E . Hemeon 

23 Alice McShane 

August 

2 Benjamin Drink water 

2 IdaA.Giardullo 

3 Mary Margaret McCarthy 

4 Elizabeth Daley 

5 GirardO.Hibbard 
5 Mary E . MacEnany 
7 Paul J. Kenney 

10 Muriel G . Dugmore 

10 Winnie Turner 

1 1 Melvin Joseph Gott 

11 Simon C. Hyneman 

12 Camilio Silvestri 
17 Annie Doyle 

20 Frank Edmund Robinson 

2 1 Vivian I . Henderson 
21 Frances E. LeDuc 

2 1 Annie F . M alonson 

22 Clarence L . Webster 

24 Julia Benedetto 

26 Catherine Caruso 



Years Months 



Days 



56 


10 


23 


78 


1 


12 


82 


9 


7 


49 




12 


86 


5 


8 


77 


9 


1 


78 






85 


10 


29 


57 


4 


6 


66 






84 


6 


27 


73 


5 


26 




lhr M 


20min. 


84 


11 


17 


26 


2 


21 


77 






40 


2 


6 


64 








lhr., 


, 15min. 


70 


10 


6 


64 


11 


6 


91 


3 


1 


75 


10 


8 


69 


7 


1 


47 


10 


30 


65 






90 


3 


20 


52 


5 


1 


84 


6 


6 


79 




1 


84 


11 


7 


49 


11 


19 


57 


7 


2 


87 


6 


22 


55 


7 


19 


85 


6 


5 


82 






78 






91 




6 


89 


4 


6 


68 


10 


17 


82 


9 


10 


75 


9 


4 


85 


10 


4 


87 







160 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Date 



Name 



28 


William T. Murch 


28 


Edward Rose 


28 


William C. Slatting 


29 


AnnaM. Stone 


30 


John L. MacDonald 


31 


Carmelo Ieni 


31 


John Edward Smet 


September 


5 


Eva M.Elliott 


7 


Pearl Gibson 


7 


Elsie Read 


9 


Katherine T. Dwyer 


12 


Frank W.Watson, Jr. 


17 


Dorothy R. Langley 


19 


Michael Joseph Sullivan 


25 


John Joseph Bohling 


27 


Richard J. Curley 


27 


James A. Hughes 


27 


OlavC. Arnesen 


27 


Jack D. Hamboyan 


27 


Mary Verrington 


28 


George Arthur Leach 


30 


Wesley S. Rutledge, Sr. 


30 


Margaret I. Yerrick 


October 


2 


Helen F. Sederquest 


4 


Joseph Maurici 


6 


Ester C . Baker 


6 


A. Stanley North 


7 


Raymond Paul Cassidy 


7 


Miriam Leary 


8 


William J. Diegelman 


8 


AnnaM. Gilvey 


10 


Elvira Weadick 


12 


Saul Fisher 


18 


Joseph A. DeAngelis 


19 


Elizabeth Bean 


20 


Carmela DiTonno 


24 


Ruby Greenleaf 


24 


James Joseph Kelley 


26 


Henry Marsden 


28 


LeonR. Home 



Years 


Months 


Days 


66 


6 


29 


87 






56 


1 


24 


84 






60 




3 


90 


2 


8 


63 


5 


19 


85 


4 


9 


75 


2 




80 


8 


17 


62 


2 


28 


62 


2 


3 


56 


2 


1 


86 




11 


65 


3 


1 


62 


8 


25 


64 


10 




78 


3 




52 


11 


28 


76 






79 


11 


14 


79 


10 


22 


79 


7 


23 


88 


4 


14 


21 






94 


4 


21 


84 


3 


13 


78 


9 


19 


74 






84 


1 


25 


89 


2 


2 


84 






64 






63 


7 


25 


88 




27 


82 


6 


18 


93 


9 


17 


67 


8 


28 


59 


8 


4 


79 


7 


21 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



161 



Date Name 

November 

1 Nora Clinton 

4 Richard A. Monroe, Jr. 

6 Baby Girl Andreottola 

6 Owen Woods 

7 Francis L. Hayes 
9 Ann A. McGrail 

10 Lawrence C. Willey 

18 Albert A. French 

18 OraE.Lovejoy 

18 Herbert B. Magown 

19 Helen F. Small 

2 1 William T . Mac Alpine 

22 Ella May Nesbitt 
22 Bertha Petrucci 

24 Judith Ann Forlizzi 

28 Grace Bunn 

28 Louis J. Langlois 

29 John Callahan 

30 Helena Jesse 

December 

1 Arthur Alvin Akell 

1 Johannes Hinsch 

1 Ruth I. Stevenson 

2 Ida Beatrice Furness 

3 Edith W.Boody 

3 William Ernest Gourley 

4 Edith Ranlett 

5 John K. Gordon 
5 Madge L. Parker 
7 Frank S. Dorini 

7 Albert Edward Hanna 

10 Lewis Day 

10 Michael J. Sibelli 

10 Grace S. Tetlow 

12 Annie Grant 

15 Gertrude E. Carroll 

17 Mary Elizabeth Doane 

17 George D. Hartenfels 

18 Ada Leonie Fogg 
21 Ernest M. Cherry 

2 1 Henry Leonard Seander 

22 Ethel M.Campbell 

23 Katherine M. Landers 
23 Royal E.Ormsby 

29 James Francis Lawton 

29 John M.Maxim 

29 Lena L.Holland 

30 Mary V.Leo 

3 1 John Coleman , Jr . 



Years Months 



Days 



69 


11 


2 


25 


10 


11 








2 


85 








76 








88 


3 


22 


53 


1 


11 


82 


3 


12 


75 


7 


23 


55 


9 


21 


89 








88 


2 


9 


86 


6 


2 


67 








39 


11 


22 


88 


4 


2 


74 


9 


21 


60 


3 


30 


71 


1 


11 


31 


4 


11 


69 


6 





79 





25 


62 


7 


28 


60 


8 


29 


80 


3 


14 


87 


11 


28 


90 


3 


15 


84 


10 


1 


61 








83 


1 


4 


75 


5 


27 


23 


7 


15 


68 








82 


3 


14 


85 


10 


5 


79 





18 


77 


1 


3 


74 


9 


9 


60 


7 


8 


67 


5 


9 


79 








71 


3 


28 


76 


10 


22 


56 





13 


64 


1 


23 


87 


11 


4 


79 


8 


23 


87 









162 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Report of Town Treasurer 

To the Citizens of Wakefield: 

I herewith present my report for the year ending December 31, 1975: 

TRUST FUNDS 

The Trust Funds and income balances now in the hands of the Treasurer are 
as follows: 



OLD CEMETERY TRUST FUNDS 

Flint Old Burial Ground Fund 

Levi Flanders Burial Lot Fund 

Dr. John Hart Burial Lot Fund 

Gad and Clarissa Chandler Carter Burial Lot Fund 

Adams Coburn Burial Lot Fund 

Ezra W. Eaton Burial Lot Fund 

Rev. Thomas A. Emerson Old Cemetery Fund 

Harry E. Haskell Old Cemetery Fund 

Oliver Burial Lot Fund 

Stimpson Family Burial Lot Fund 

Clarissa E . Swain Burial Lot Fund 

Elizabeth Stout Burial Lot Fund 

C . Sweetser Burial Lot Fund 

John Sweetser Old Cemetery Fund 

Rev. Horace Eaton Burial Lot Fund 

Jane K. Vinton Burial Lot Fund 

Nathaniel Moses Old Cemetery Fund 

James and Elizabeth Walton Perpetual Care Fund 

M .P. Raynor Old Cemetery Fund 

Elizabeth Green Cemetery Fun 

LIBRARY TRUST FUNDS 

John Gould Aborn Library Fund 

Cyrus G . Beebe Library Fund 

Frederick Beebe Library Fund 

Hiram Eaton Library Fund 

Robert Parker Dolbeare Library Fund 

Willard Donnell Library Fund 

Milledge Elliot Library Fund 

Rev. Thomas A. Emerson Library Fund 

Flint Memorial Library Fund 

Merrill W. Gove Library Fund 

Melvin J. Hill Library Fund 

Dr. Francis P. Hurd Library Fund 

Franklin Poole Library Fund 

Mary H. Pratt Library Fund 

Ashton H . Thayer Library Fund 

Cyrus Wakefield Library Fund 



Principal 


1975 


of Fund 


Income 


$2,000.00 


$ 211.21 


100.00 


12.73 


200.00 


28.14 


200.00 


27.54 


100.00 


13.99 


100.00 


7.07 


1,000.00 


108.24 


100.00 


14.11 


50.00 


6.42 


200.00 


25.19 


500.00 


68.65 


300.00 


33.46 


1,000.00 


123.88 


200.00 


28.15 


25.00 


3.16 


50.00 


6.20 


200.00 


24.02 


100.00 


12.62 


100.00 


13.78 


125.00 


11.56 


1,689.26 


98.31 


2,000.00 


116.38 


1,000.00 


58.17 


1,000.00 


58.20 


500.00 


29.10 


500.00 


29.10 


1,000.00 


58.20 


500.00 


29.07 


1,000.00 


58.17 


500.00 


29.07 


500.00 


29.10 


2,500.00 


145.49 


500.00 


29.07 


200.00 


11.63 


500.00 


29.10 


500.00 


29.07 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



163 



Annie L. Cox Library Fund 
Frank P. Wakefield Library Fund 

PARK TRUST FUNDS 

Mary E. Aborn Park Fund 

Sarah E. Bryant Park Fund 

Nancy White Park Fund 

Mary Lizzie Smith Fund for Care of 

Old Cannon on Common 
George E. Cowdrey Park Fund 

SCHOOL TRUST FUNDS 

Rev. Thomas A. Emerson High School Fund 
Nancy White School Fund 
Annie L. Cox Fund for Italian Students 
Elizabeth F. Ingram Fund — Scholarship 
Annie L. Cox Prize for Advancement in 

Design Fund 
Grace C. Mansfield School Fund 

VARIOUS TRUST FUNDS 

Jonathan Nichols Temperance Fund 

Willard Donnell Hospital Fund 

Cornelius Sweetser Lecture Fund 

C. Sweetser Guarantee Fund 

George Edward Walker Fund 

Willard Donnell Wakefield Co-operative Shares 

FOREST GLADE CEMETERY 

Perpetual Care: 

Wakefield Savings Bank — Term Deposit 
Wakefield Cooperative Bank — Paid up Shares 
Wakefield Savings Bank — Special Notice Account 
Wakefield Savings Bank — Term Investment Acct. 
Wakefield Cooperative Bank — Annual 



2,000.00 


116.40 


1,000.00 


65.99 


2,000.00 


116.38 


2,000.00 


159.62 


1,000.00 


58.17 


100.00 


8.50 


12,872.06 


961.36 


1,000.00 


190.70 


500.00 


77.70 


5,000.00 


390.36 


1,500.00 


207.71 


100.00 


6.46 


1,000.00 


59.19 


1,000.00 


231.67 


7,791.99 


704.64 


10,000.00 


919.96 


552.00 


443.55 


3,628.64 


310.30 


2,000.00 


82.26 



11,886.99 


7,722.80 


26,800.00 


2,994.76 


299.91 


14.93 


40,000.00 


809.99 


720.00 


41.37 



FINAL STATEMENT 



Maturing debt paid from January 1, 1975 to 

December 31, 1975 
Interest on Maturing Debt 

During the fiscal year, July 1, 1976 to June 30, 1977 

the following loans will fall due and are to be included 
in the tax levy: 

School Loan 
Sewers 



$1,265,000.00 
349,690.00 



1,155,000.00 
160,000.00 



164 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Library 20,000.00 

$1,335,000.00 

Water Bonds 10,000.00 

Electric Bonds 65 ,000 .00 

The following amounts will be required to meet the 
interest on the following: 

School Loan 280,315.00 

Sewers 16,202.50 

Library 1,680.00 

Temporary Loans 25,000.00 



Respectfully submitted 



323,197.50 



Water Bonds 2,100.00 

Electric 48,152.50 

We are pleased to report the interest earned on 

investments 99,349.26 



PAUL LAZZARO 
Town Treasurer 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 165 

Report of 
Contributory Retirement Board 

There were one hundred and sixty four pensioners or their beneficiaries 
receiving payment from the Contributory Retirement System during the year 
1975. 

Fifteen pensioners received disability benefits, nine beneficiaries received 
accidental death benefits, twenty -five received survivor benefits and one hundred 
fifteen received superannuation retirement benefits. Seventy four of these pen- 
sioners were over seventy years of age and thirty -four were between sixty -five and 
seventy years of age. 

The total payments ammounted to $599,122.00 of which $544,954.08 was 
paid from the Pension Accumulation Fund and $54,167.92 was paid from the 
Annuity Reserve Fund. 

Employees' contributions to the Annuity Savings Fund amounted to 
$242,912.64 during the year 1975. 

WAKEFIELD CONTRIBUTORY RETIREMENT SYSTEM 
December 31, 1975 

Investment Schedule 

U.S. Government Bonds $ 20,000.00 

Utility Bonds 1,418,475.03 

Telephone Bonds 578,621.85 

International Bank Bonds 5 ,033 . 13 

Inter- American Development Bank Bonds 9,942 . 77 

Capital Notes 13,100.00 

Industrial Bonds 19 1 , 283 . 39 



TOTAL BONDS $2,236,456.17 

"Investment Stocks $ 174,288.26 

Cash-Checking Account 84,314.24 

Savings Bank Deposits 444,868.88 

Co-operative Banks 8,000.00 

Accrued Interest on Bonds 44,335 .80 



TOTAL $2,992,263.35 



166 



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Receipts 

Payments 

Excess & Deficiency 

Statement of Appropriations 

Balance Sheet 

Indebtedness Statement 

Analysis of Light Dept. Account 



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170 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Sixty-first Annual Report of the 
Town Accountant 

FOR THE FISCAL PERIOD ENDING JUNE 30, 1975 

The total cash expenditure processed by the Town Accountant's Office 
amounted to $26,361,683.96. 

The total cash receipts amount to $24,389,580.56 which indicates the 
necessity for serious attention and consideration in this area of the Town's 
financial program. 

The operational and indebtedness cost of town services can be examined by 
the simple comparison with other immediately surrounding communities. 

This method of comparison brings the tax rate and valuation variables 
together in the formation of a comparative per -capita cost factor. 









June 30, 
















1975 


1976 


Per 


Per 


Per 




1975 


1975 


Gross 


Tax 


Cap. 


Cap. 


Cap. 


Community 


Pop. 


Valuation 


Debt 


Rate 


Valuation 


Cost 


Debt 


WAKEFIELD 


26,019 


$ 81,834,240 


$ 9,210,000 


$138.00 


$ 3,145.17 


$434.03 


$353.97 


MELROSE 


31,867 


238,222,900 


10,890,000 


54.40 


7,475.54 


406.67 


341.73 


READING 


23,860 


185,352,225 


14,659,000 


57.50 


7,771.58 


446.87 


614.63 


STONEHAM 


21,308 


187,008,675 


4,368,000 


50.80 


8,776.45 


445.84 


204.99 


NATICK 


31,055 


194,563,200 


6,657,000 


71.50 


6,265.12 


447.96 


214.36 


NEEDHAM 


30,728 


321,944,655 


4,762,000 


51.00 


10,477.24 


534.34 


154.97 


DEDHAM 


26,827 


256,145,250 


7,863,000 


46.80 


9,548.04 


446.85 


293.10 



The growth of the town in population and valuation is directly related to 
increased operational cost. The creation of non-existent facilities in areas of the 
town that have heretofore been undeveloped and apart from the service arterials 
have required increased capital expenditures in an era of high construction costs . 

The records of the Treasurer have been examined and found to be in 
agreement with the Accountant's balances. 

The operating cash balance as of June 30, 1975 is as follows: 

Revenue Cash $714,221.82 

Non Revenue Cash 42,087.11 

Revenue Sharing Cash 15,352.42 



TOTAL $771,661.35 

Trust Funds have been checked by examination of Securities, Savings Bank 
Accounts, and Deposit Books. 

Funds of the Contributory Retirement System have been verified by 
examination of Bank Books, Securities and Checking Account. Balance was in 
agreement with the Accountant's balance. Funds are invested as follows: 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 171 



Savings Bank 


$194,868.88 


Co -Operative Bank 


8,000.00 


* Investment Stocks 


166,489.50 


Public Utility Bonds 


934,450.03 


Telephone Bonds 


578,621.85 


Certificates of Deposit 


250,000.00 


Industrial Bonds 


191,283.39 


Capital Notes 


13,100.00 


United States Treasury Bonds 


20,000.00 


Inter-American Development Bank 




Bonds 


9,942.77 


International Bank & Reconstruction 




and Development Bonds 


5,033.13 


Shawmut Melrose -Wakefield Trust 




Company Checking Account 


116,282.90 


Checks Outstanding 


42,336.78 


TOTAL 


$2,530,409.23 



* Subject to Adjustment 

All cancelled, permanent and temporary loans paid during the year by the 
Treasurer have been examined and found to be as reported. 

john j. McCarthy 

Town Accountant 



172 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



RECEIPTS 
For the Period 7-1-74/6-30-75 



Taxes — Current Period: 

Real Estate 
Personal Property 



9,486,587.86 
454,564.85 





$ 


9,941,152.71 


Taxes — Prior Years: 






Real Estate 


246,548.87 




Personal Property 


1,181.25 






$ 


247,730.12 


Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes: 






Year 1975 


281,883.12 




Year 1974 


786,797.10 




Year 1973 


60,319.45 




Year 1972 


994.23 




Year 1971 


548.08 






$ 


1,130,541.98 


Grants from the Federal Government: 






Federal Revenue Sharing 


491,863.00 




National Defense Education 






Act — Title III 


1,013.16 




National Defense Education 






Act - P. L. 874 


42,802.00 




Federal Aid to Education 






P.L. 89-10 Title I 


17,483.50 




Federal Aid to Education 






P.L. 89-10 Title II 


113.72 




P.L. 92-318 Construction 


62,816.00 




Total Grants from the Federal Government 


$ 


616,091.38 


Grants from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: 




Loss of Taxes 


140,992.18 




Anti -Trust Suits 


3,011.81 




Lottery -Local Aid 


158,969.37 






$ 


302,973.36 


Veterans' Services — Recipients 


$ 


50,112.00 


Department of Public Works: 






Highway Fund 


143,404.54 




Water Pollution Control 


1,814.00 






$ 


145,218.54 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 173 



Library Department: 

Free Aid to Public Libraries $ 9,525.75 

School Department: 

School Lunch Program 112,610.61 

Vocational School — 

Tuition Fees 6,158.00 

Transportation 496.00 

Maintenance Expense 144,056.00 

School Construction 948,769.34 

METCO Program 27,045.00 

80% of Sales and Use Tax and 
Massachusetts School Fund 
Distribution: 

School Transportation 125,253.48 

School Tuition-State Wards 20,410.44 

Special Education Program 248,558.00 

School Aid-Chapter 70 786,853.32 

Northeast Metropolitan 

Regional Vocational School 

District 73,413.22 



$ 2,493,623.41 
Total Grants from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: $ 3,001 ,453.06 



Grants from Middlesex County: 

Dog Licenses from County 3 ,054 . 77 

Chapter 90-Maintenance 2,000.00 



Total Grants from Middlesex County $ 5 ,054 . 77 



Gifts: 






Trees — Hart's Hardware 


$ 


808.00 


Licenses and Permits: 






Liquor Package Goods Stores 


6,250.00 




Inn Holders Licenses 


7,500.00 




Liquor Club Licenses 


1,500.00 




Selectmen's Department 


2,704.00 




Marriage Licenses 


1,016.00 




Police Department 


2,222.50 




Building Inspector 


8,152.00 




Wire Inspector 


2,404.50 




Plumbing Inspector 


1,552.00 




Gas Inspector 


897.00 




Sealer of Weights & Measures 


636.45 




Board of Health 


525.50 






$ 


35,359.95 



174 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Fines and Fees: 






Court Fines 


26,018.05 




Library Fines 


2,645.49 






$ 


28,663.54 


General Revenue: 






Tax Title 


4,315.76 




Interest and Costs 


813.06 




Sale of Tax Possessions 


2,600.00 




Proforma Taxes 


50.25 




Guarantee Deposit of 






Successful Bidders 


50,400.00 




Lease of Town Owned Land 


200.00 






$ 


58,379.07 


Assessments: 






Sidewalks & Streets -Apportioned 


16,250.53 




Sidewalks & Streets -Unapportioned 


3,267.38 




Sidewalks & Streets -Paid in 






Advance 


3,235.18 




Sewers — Apportioned 


23,222.80 




Sewers -Unapportioned 


9,376.05 




Sewers -Paid in Advance 


7,695.89 




Water- Apportioned 


222.02 




Water-Unapportioned 


429.60 




Water- Paid in Advance 


220.27 






$ 


63,919.72 


General Government: 






Income on Treasury Bills 


53,149.82 




Income on Time Deposits 


120,734.40 




Income on Repurchase Agreements 


31,138.32 




Income on Federal Revenue Sharing Funds 






Invested in Time Deposits 


39,338.12 




Invested in Treasury Bills 


1,535.55 




Invested in Repurchase 






Agreements 


1,252.52 




Collector's Department 


5,857.00 




Town Clerk -Various Fees 


4,083.10 




Sale of Street Lists 


690.50 




Planning Board 


109.50 




Board of Appeals 


1,330.00 






$ 


259,218.83 


Protection of Persons and Property: 






Police Department 


4,889.25 




Dog Officer-Sale of Dogs 


63.00 





4,952.25 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



175 



Recoveries: 

Health Department 
School Department 
Veterans' Department 
Various Departments 



Department of Public Works: 

Various Public Works Receipts 
Uniform Payments 



Park & Forestry Division: 

Various Receipts 
Boat Ramp Permits 



Sewer Division: 

Sewer Connections 
Sewer Maintenance 



Water Division: 

Water Rates 

Water Services 

Water Turn-ons 

Water Liens 

Rental of Water Dept. Property 

Various Water Receipts 



Highway Division: . 

Various Highway Receipts 

Cemetery Division: 

Sale of Lots 

Perpetual Care 

Various Cemetery Receipts 



Light Department: 

Sale of Gas 

Sale of Electricity 

Various Light Receipts 



307.18 
1,631.30 

123.00 
8,986.24 



$ 


11,047.72 


402.00 




1,944.35 




$ 


2,346.35 


585.00 




3,786.00 




$ 


4,371.00 


40,426.65 




1,230.20 




$ 


41,656.85 


424,297.21 




6,042.52 




105.00 




29,900.58 




1,800.00 




1,022.79 





$ 463,168.10 



1,356.39 



17,235.00 
16,085.00 
16,274.01 



$ 49,594.01 



837,063.44 

4,494,331.81 

34,135.11 



$ 5,365,530.36 



176 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



School Department: 

School Lunch 

School Athletic Association 
Tuitions -Cities & Towns 
Tuitions -Summer School 
Tuitions -Adult Education 
Various School Receipts 
Various Library Receipts 



Recreation Commission: 

Various Receipts 

Youth Activities Commission: 

Various Receipts 

Interest: 

Interest on Taxes 

Interest on Deferred Assessments 



Maturing Debt and Interest: 

School Building Loan for Loss in 
Defunct Bank 

Agency: 

Federal Tax Deductions 
State Tax Deductions 
Blue Cross Payroll Deductions 
Blue Cross -Pension 32 -B 
Blue Cross-Optional Medicare 

Extension Program 
Blue Cross-CETA Program 
Life Insurance Payroll Deductions 
Life Insurance-Pension 32-B 
Life Insurance-CETA Program 
Union Dues — Fire Department 
Union Dues — School Custodians 
Union Dues — Public Works 



195,741.73 

18,125.34 

6,620.17 

8,985.06 

5,611.50 

15,180.61 

308,56 



$ 250,572.97 



2,062.29 $ 



479.43 $ 



18,951.36 
14,110.85 



Brest on Trust Funds: 




Forest Glade Cemetery Perpetual 




Care Fund 


11,416.64 


Old Cemetery Trust Funds 


30.00 


Park Trust Funds 


1,403.51 


Library Trust Funds 


12,417.98 


School Trust Funds 


470.00 


Various Trust Funds 


1,320.59 



1,524,807.27 

416,555.90 

137,225.83 

21,806.73 

5,450.28 

554.71 

6,230.96 

662.14 

6.86 

2,185.00 

1,962.30 

5,188.50 



2,062.29 



479.43 



$ 33,062.21 



$ 27,058.72 



$ 89,000.00 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



177 



Union Dues — Town Clerical Union 


1,619.06 




Union Dues — School Clerical Union 


754.65 




Union Dues — Wakefield Teachers 






Association 


35,573.15 




Teachers Retirement Deductions 


221,753.22 




Teachers Tax Sheltered Annuity 






Program 


66,967.83 




Massachusetts Teachers Association 






Credit Union 


8,626.68 




Wakefield Town Employees Federal 






Credit Union 


111,145.30 




Fire Department — Special Details 


826.36 




Police Department — Special 






Details 


17,439.25 




Custodians — Special Details 


324.36 




Dog Licenses Collected for County 


4,834.15 




Sporting Licenses Collected for 






State 


7,745.50 








$ 2,600,245.99 


Refunds: 






General Government 


1,619.90 




Public Safety 


446.20 




Veterans' Benefits 


5,337.00 




School Department 


4,737.36 




Library 


74.03 




Unclassified 


30,126.19 




Gas and Electric 


472.47 




Public Works 


319.35 




Group Insurance 


1,921.19 




Retirement 


7,509.10 




Petty Cash Returns 


2,140.00 








$ 54,702.79 


Total Receipts for Period, 7-1-74/6-30-75 




$24,389,580.56 


Cash on Hand, July 1 , 1974 




$ 718,833.76 


Investments: 


' 




Revenue Cash Invested in: 






Time Deposits 


3,505,000.00 




Treasury Bills 


17,276,152.86 




Repurchase Agreements 


20,350,000.00 








$41,131,152.86 


Non-Revenue Cash Invested in: 






Time Deposits 


10,132,185.88 




Treasury Bills 


2,229,700.08 








$12,361,885.96 



178 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Federal Revenue Sharing Cash Invested: 

Time Deposits 3,807,023.12 

Treasury Bills 399,254.39 

Repurchase Agreements 1 , 150,000.00 



$ 5,356,277.51 



$58,849,316.33 



Total Receipts and General Cash Investments 



$83,957,730.65 



PAYMENTS 

Expenditures for July 1, 1974 to June 30, 1975 





Salaries 








and 








Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


GENERAL GOVERNMENT 








Selectmen's Department 








Personal Services: 








Elective Officials 


1,500.00 






Permanent 


24,108.85 










25,608.85 


Materials and Supplies 








Office Supplies 




134.01 




Books, Periodicals & Subscriptions 


67.47 




Automotive Supplies 




186.83 




Gasoline, Oil, Lubrication 




165.82 








554.13 


Contractual Services 








Printing and Stationery 




5,536.50 




Postage 




174.24 




Telephone 




2,422.00 




Advertising 




3,139.37 




Travel-Inside the Commonwealth 


2.75 




Repair & Maintenance -Office Equipment 


49.50 




Not Otherwise Classified 




257.84 








11,582.20 


Sundry Charges 








Dues and Membership 




468.00 




Not Otherwise Classified 




81.00 





549.00 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 179 



Salaries 

and 
Wages Expenses Total 



Capital Outlay 

Typewriter 648.00 



Total 

Special Articles 

1974 Lease -Center Street parking Area 
1974 Lease-North Avenue Parking Area 
Bicentennial Celebration 



Selectmen's Department — Total Expenditures 



648.00 


2,639.80 
12.00 
61.74 


38,942.18 




2,713.54 


3 $ 


41,655.72 



Selectmen's — Election Costs 






Personal Services 






Permanent 


4,636.52 




Contractual Services 






Custodial Services 




2,832.44 


Meals 




360.50 


Not Otherwise Classified 




375.00 



Accounting Department 




Personal Services 




Permanent 75,754.56 




Materials and Supplies 




Office Supplies 


894.27 


Printing and Reproducing Supplies 


123.04 


Books, Periodicals and subscriptions 


163.99 


Gasoline, Oil, Lubrication 


183.97 


Not Otherwise Classified 


228.47 



4,636.52 



3,567.94 



Selectmen's — Election Costs Total Expenditures $ 8,204.46 



75,754.56 



1,593.74 



180 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 






and 






Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Contractual Services 






Printing and Stationery 


291.00 




Postage 


1,276.74 




Binding and Book Repairs 


29.25 




Professional Services 


6,325.00 




Travel-Inside the Commonwealth 


551.81 




Hired Equipment 


95.00 




Repair and Maintenance — Auto 


102.02 




Repair and Maintenance — Office Furniture 


1,003.10 




Not Otherwise Classified 


79.50 





Sundry Charges 

Dues and Membership 



Capital Outlay 

Furniture and Fixtures 
Office Equipment 



Total 

Special Articles 

Computerization Program 



Accounting Department — Total Expenditures 



136.62 



581.25 
1,563.50 



1,134.02 



9,753.42 



136.62 



2,144.75 



89,383.09 



1,134.02 



$ 90,517.11 



Data Processing Department 








Personal Services 








Permanent 


13,503.65 










13,503.65 


Materials and Supplies 








Office Supplies 




5.94 




Books, Periodicals, Subscript; 


ions 


24.39 








30.33 


Contractual Services 








Printing and Stationery 




407.03 




Professional Services 




15,013.00 





164th ANNUAL REPORT 



181 





Salaries 








and 








Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Travel-Inside the Commonwealth 


362.43 




Hired Equipment 




1,737.00 




Tuition 




150.00 




Not Otherwise Classified 




132.15 








17,801.61 


Capital Outlay 








Furniture and Fixtures 




450.00 





450.00 



Data Processing Department — Total Expenditures 



$ 31,785.59 



Treasurer's Department 

Personal Services 

Permanent 
Elective Officials 



23,400.98 
7,400.00 



30,800.98 



Materials and Supplies 



Office Supplies 


359.51 


Books, Periodicals, Subscriptions 


38.00 


Contractual Services 




Printing and Stationery 


2,734.22 


Postage 


347.80 


Telephone 


917.95 


Auto Allowance 


600.00 


Professional Services 


1,904.05 


Travel -Inside the Commonwealth 


348.32 


Cleaning and Sanitary Services 


155.00 


Hired Equipment 


653.68 


Repair and Maintenance — Furniture Office 


377.55 


Sundry Charges 




Dues and Membership 


117.50 


Rental and Storage 


40.00 



Capital Outlay 

Office Equipment 



397.51 



8,038.57 



157.50 



338.25 



182 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 

and 
Wages 



Furniture and Fixtures 



Out of State Travel 



Tax Titles 



Treasurer's Department — Total Expenditures 



Collector's Department 

Personal Services 

Permanent 
Elective Officials 



Materials and Supplies 

Office Supplies 

Printing and Reproducing 



28,017.48 
10,000.00 



Sundry Charges 

Dues and Membership 



Collector's Department — Total Expenditures 



Expenses 

364.00 



156.95 



760.00 



Total 



702.25 



156.95 



760.00 



$ 41,013.76 



235.04 
14.96 



bractual Services 






Printing and Stationery 




806.20 


Postage 




3,728.80 


Telephone 




482.15 


Advertising 




69.38 


Binding and Book Repairs 




82.50 


Professional Services 




25.00 


Travel-Inside the Commonwealth 


520.08 


Repair and Maintenance — 


Office Furniture 


146.39 


Not Otherwise Classified 




14.50 



22.50 



38,017.48 



250.00 



5,875.00 



22.50 



$ 44,164.98 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



183 



Assessor's Department 

Personal Services 

Permanent 
Elective Officials 



Salaries 

and 
Wages 



39,693.43 
4,002.00 



Materials and Supplies 

Office Supplies 

Printing and Reproducing Supplies 



Sundry Charges 

Dues and Membership 



Capital Outlay 

Office Equipment 
Furniture and Fixtures 



Out of State Travel 



Expenses 



192.85 
168.44 



Contractual Services 






Printing and Stationery 




197.50 


Postage 




151.84 


Telephone 




602.79 


Auto Allowance 




1,000.00 


Professional Services 




3,502.17 


Travel-Inside the Commonwealth 


1,477.50 


Repair and Maintenance - 


- Office Furniture 


82.25 


Tuition 




157.00 


Not Otherwise Classified 




172.05 



234.50 



439.00 
52.00 



247.80 



Total 



43,695.43 



361.29 



7,343.10 



234.50 



491.00 



247.80 



Assessor's Department — Total Expenditures 



Legal Department 

Personal Services 
Permanent 



26,367.00 



$ 52,373.12 



26,367.00 



184 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





Salaries 








and 








Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Materials and Supplies 








Office Supplies 




137.88 




Printing and Reproducing Supplies 


13.50 




Books, Periodicals, Subscriptions 


592.50 










743. 8g 


Contractual Services 








Printing and Stationery 




25.00 




Postage 




101.40 




Telephone 




419.90 




Auto Allowance 




85.20 




Professional Services 




8,636.30 




Cleaning and Sanitary Services 




18.00 




Hired Equipment 




653.75 




Repair and Maintenance — Office Equipment 


49.50 




Not Otherwise Classified 




62.87 





Sundry Charges 

Dues and Membership 



Capital Outlay 

Furniture and Fixtures 



Legal Damages 



Legal Department — Total Expenditures 



127.00 



345.00 



8,229.47 



10,051.92 



127.00 



345.00 



8,229.47 



$ 45,864.27 



Town Clerk's Department 






Personal Services 






Permanent 


14,117.80 




Elected Officials 


9,200.00 




Materials and Supplies 






Office Supplies 




182.27 


Printing and Reproducing Supplies 


40.19 


Books, Periodicals and Subscriptions 


10.00 



23,317.80 



232.46 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



185 





Salaries 






and 






Wages 


Expenses 


Contractual Services 






Printing and Stationery 




2,516.13 


Postage 




30.00 


Telephone 




434.79 


Advertising 




582.39 


Binding and Book Repair 




290.00 


Travel-Inside the Commonwealth 


407.15 


Repair and Maintenance — 


• Office Equipment 


16.02 


Repair and Maintenance — 


■ Office Furniture 


78.15 



Sundry Charges 

Dues and Membership 



Capital Outlay 

Office Equipment 
Furniture and Fixtures 



1975 State Census 



70.00 



250.31 
72.26 



1,056.34 



Total 



4,354.63 



70.00 



322.57 



1,056.34 



Town Clerk's Department — Total Expenditures 



$ 29,353.80 



Election and Registration 






Personal Services 






Salaries of Board 


600.00 




Clerk of Board 


750.00 




Permanent 


758.92 




Temporary 


5,500.00 




Materials and Supplies 






Office Supplies 




47.04 


Printing and Reproducing 


Supplies 


1.19 


Contractual Services 






Printing and Stationery 




459.07 


Department Reports 
Advertising 




1,895.50 
18.00 



7,608.92 



48.23 



186 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 




and 




Wages 


Expenses 


Auto Allowance 


300.00 


Professional Services 


2,602.19 


Travel-Inside the Commonwealth 


137.71 


Not Otherwise Classified 


25.00 



Capital Outlay 

Furniture and Fixtures 



149.72 



Total 



5,437.47 



149.72 



Election and Registration — Total Expenditures 



$ 13,244.34 



Planning Board 

Personal Services 
Permanent 


3,824.96 




Materials and Supplies 
Office Supplies 
Printing and Reproducing Supplies 


18.65 
1.12 


Contractual Services 

Printing and Stationery 

Postage 

Advertising 

Not Otherwise Classified 




9.40 

20.00 

719.77 

9.50 


Sundry Charges 




93.00 


Capital Outlay 
Furniture and Fixtures 




21.90 



3,824.96 



19.77 



758.67 



93.00 



Planning Board — Total Expenditures 



21.90 



$ 4,718.30 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



187 



Salaries 

and 
Wages 



Personnel Board 

Personal Services 
Permanent 



Materials and Supplies 
Office Supplies 



1,034.22 



Expenses 



4.78 



Contractual Services 

Printing and Stationery 175.00 

Postage 20.00 

Professional Services 1 , 505 . 00 

Repair and Maintenance — Office Equipment 23.00 



Sundry Charges 

Dues and Membership 



35.00 



Personnel Board — Total Expenditures 
GENERAL GOVERNMENT - Total Expenditures 



Total 



Finance Committee 

Personal Services 

Permanent 7,390.00 


6,584.00 




Materials and Supplies, 

Contractual Services, and 
Sundry Charges 


7,390.00 






6,584.00 


Finance Committee — Total Expenditures 


$ 


13,974.00 


Board of Appeals 


$ 


1,307.42 



1,034.22 



4.78 



1,723.00 



35.00 



$ 2,797.00 



$ 420,973.87 



188 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





Salaries 








and 








Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY 






Police Department 








Personal Services 








Permanent 


303,411.10 






Temporary 


81,156.89 






Overtime 


22,389.28 






Other Leave 


44,638.33 






Educational Incentive Inc 


3,816.00 










455,411.60 


Materials and Supplies 








Office Supplies 




547.88 




Printing and Reproducing 


Supplies 


704.74 




Books, Periodicals and Subscriptions 


214.63 




Automotive Supplies 




106.41 




Gasoline, Oil, Lubricants 




9.776.53 




Tires, Tubes, and Chains 




1,026.59 




Small Tools and Equipment 


88.02 




Educational Supplies 




1,047.20 




Medical Supplies 




66.50 




Public Safety Supplies 




778.85 




Uniforms 




12,459.81 




Not Otherwise Classified 




72.32 










26,889.48 


Contractual Services 








Printing and Stationery 




878.91 




Postage 




672.00 




Telephone 




4,510.84 




Professional Services 




408.70 




Travel-Inside the Commonwealth 


335.17 




Cleaning and Sanitary Services 


2.50 




Hired Equipment 




597.00 




Repair and Maintenance — 


Automotive 


8,093.36 




Repair and Maintenance — 


Tools & Equipment 219.04 




Repair and Maintenance — 


Office Equipment 


290.07 




Tuition 




2,602.75 




Not Otherwise Classified 




351.84 










18,962.18 


Sundry Charges 








Dues and Membership 




98.00 




Surgical and Dental Services 


407.65 




Hospital 




314.51 





820.16 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



189 



Salaries 

and 
Wages 



Capital Outlay 
Automotive 



Travel-Outside the Commonwealth 



Expenses 



6,202.00 



202.65 



Total 



6,202.00 





5,742.90 
7,966.64 


202.65 


Total 

Special Articles 

1974 Indemnification of Officers 
1974 Indemnification of Officers 


508,488.07 




$ 


13,709.54 


Police Department — Total Expenditures 


522,197.61 



'ire Department 






Personal Services 






Permanent 


274,276.28 




Call Men 


875.00 




Clerical 


2,892.56 




Holiday 


11,276.40 




Substitution — Regular or 






Call 


20,837.16 




Other Leaves 


8,760.80 








318,918.20 


Materials and Supplies 






Office Supplies 




244.53 


Printing and Reproducing Supplies 


63.82 


Books, Periodicals and Subscriptions 


161.00 


Electrical Supplies 




55.22 


Hardware Buildings 




99.13 


Painting Supplies 




74.14 


Lumber and Wood Products 




16.44 


Equipment Supplies 




300.72 


Automotive Supplies 




1,012.13 


Gasoline, Oil, and Lubricants 


i 


2,976.92 


Tires, Tubes, and Chains 




591.93 


Small Tools and Equipment 




64.62 


Educational Supplies 




253.11 


Medical Supplies 




30.10 


Fire Prevention 




2,416.82 



190 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 

and 
Wages 



Uniforms 

Not Otherwise Classified 



Expenses 

7,610.79 
317.84 



Contractual Services 

Printing and Stationery 340 .07 

Postage 25.00 

Travel-Inside the Commonwealth 108.00 

Telephone 1,810.26 

Cleaning and Sanitary Services 996.09 

Repair and Maintenance — Automotive 1 , 583 .47 
Repair and Maintenance — Tools and Equipment 74.60 
Repair and Maintenance — Furniture & Office 

Equipment 49.50 

Tuition 404.00 

Contractual Services not Classified 2 , 920 . 89 



Sundry Charges 

Dues and Membership 

Medical, Surgical, Dental Services 

Hospital Services 



Capital Outlay 

Automotive 
Public Safety 



Out of State Travel 



136.00 
438.75 
241.12 



49,121.75 
3,176.65 



100.00 



Total 



16,289.26 



8,311.88 



815.87 



52,298.40 



100.00 



Fire Department — Total Expenditures 



Civil Defense 

Personal Services 
Permanent 



2,954.11 



Materials and Supplies 

Office Supplies 

Printing and Reproducing Supplies 



$ 396,733.61 



29.25 
19.86 



2,954.11 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



191 



Salaries 






and 






Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Automotive Supplies 


145.77 




Gasoline, Oil, and Lub 


374.90 




Tires, Tubes, and Chains 


24.00 




Medical and Dental Supplies 


35.80 




Public Safety Supplies — Police 


527.95 




Public Safety Supplies — Fire 


406.24 




Uniforms (Police) 


905.75 




Uniforms (Fire) 


245.40 








2,714.95 


Contractual Services 






Postage 


20.00 




Telephone 


258.00 




Travel-Inside the Commonwealth 


100.00 




Repair and Maintenance — Automotive 


156.19 




Repair and Maintenance — Tools & Equipment 


115.05 




Repair and Maintenance — Office Furniture 


40.00 





Sundry Charges 

Dues and Membership 



Capital Outlay 

Communications 



15.00 



403.04 



Civil Defense — Total Expenditures 



Building Inspector's Department 

Personal Services 
Permanent 



31,285.69 



Materials and Supplies 




Office Supplies 


301.72 


Printing and Reproducing Supplies 


29.47 


Books, Periodicals and Subscriptions 


21.50 


Auto Supplies 


27.41 


Gasoline, Oil, and Lub 


212.69 



689.24 



15.00 



403.04 



6,776.31 



31,285.69 



592.79 



192 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





Salaries 








and 








Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Contractual Services 








Printing and Stationery 




328.01 




Postage 




60.00 




Telephone 




421.47 




Auto Allowance 




600.00 




Travel-Inside the Commonwealth 


130.24 




Repair and Maintenance - 


- Automotive 


17.75 




Repair and Maintenance - 


- Office Furniture 


43.57 




Not Otherwise Classified 




1,100.00 










2,701.04 


Sundry Charges 








Dues and Membership 




40.00 










40.00 


Capital Outlay 








Office Equipment 




196.90 




Furniture and Fixtures 




449.00 






nt — Total Expend 




645.90 


Building Inspector's Departme 


itures $ 


35,265.42 



Animal Inspector's Department 

Personal Services 

Permanent 8,077.35 



Materials and Supplies 




Office Supplies 


40.89 


Small Tools and Implements 


84.73 


Food and Groceries 


128.81 


Contractual Services 




Telephone 


762.63 


Auto Allowance 


999.96 


Professional Services 


36.00 


Travel-Inside the Commonwealth 


7.00 


Not Otherwise Classified 


60.41 



8.077.35 



254.43 



1,866.00 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



193 



Capital Outlay 

Not Otherwise Classified 



Salaries 

and 
Wages Expenses 

1,917.17 



Animal Inspector's Department — Total Expenditures 



Consumer Protection Department 

Personal Services 
Permanent 



4,122.00 



Materials and Supplies 

Office Supplies 

Small Tools and Implements 



Contractual Services 
Auto Allowance 



97.57 
15.39 



325.00 



PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY - Total Ex- 
penditures 

HEALTH AND SANITATION 
Health Department 



Total 



1,917.17 



$ 12,114.95 



4,122.00 



112.96 



325.00 



Consumer Protection Department — Total Expenditures $ 4,559.96 



$ 977,647.86 



Personal Services 

Elective Officials 
Permanent 



414.00 
25,619.50 



26,033.50 



Materials and Supplies 

Office Supplies 

Printing and Reproducing Supplies 

Medical and Dental Supplies 



112.77 

35.42 

506.85 



655.04 



194 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





Salaries 






and 






Wages 


Expenses 


Contractual Services 






Printing and Stationery 




193.55 


Postage 




254.30 


Telephone 




409.88 


Advertising 




15.00 


Auto Allowance 




600.00 


Professional Services 




674.00 


Travel-Inside the Commonwealth 


37.15 


Repair and Maintenance - 


- Office Furniture 


24.35 


Not Otherwise Classified 




100.00 



Sundry Charges 

Dues and Membership 



Capital Outlay 

Furniture and Fixtures 



Total 

Special Articles 

1974 Association for the Retarded 
1974 Mental Health Out-Patient 
1974 Mosquito Control 
1974 735 Drug Program 
1973 Mosquito Control 



50.00 



166.42 



4,000.00 
26,048.00 
21,280.00 
32,026.07 

2,254.02 



Total 



2,308.23 



50.00 



166.42 



29,213.19 



85,608.09 



HEALTH AND SANITATION DEPARTMENT 
penditures 



Total Ex- 



$ 114,821.28 



PUBLIC WORKS 




Personal Services 




Administration 




Permanent 


74,209.74 


Overtime 


3.45 


Other Leave 


9,429.06 



83,642.25 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



195 



Engineering Division 

Permanent 
Temporary 
Overtime 
Other Leave 



Salaries 

and 
Wages 

79,136.27 
3,427.25 
2,038.29 
8,111.83 



Expenses 



Total 



Garage Division 




Permanent 


46,785.26 


Overtime 


3,705.69 


Other Leave 


6,806.61 


Buildings Division 




Permanent 


31,053.12 


Temporary 


198.00 


Overtime 


1,796.14 


Other Leave 


4,905.86 


Forestry & Park Division 




Permanent 


113,658.94 


Temporary 


14,432.18 


Snow Removal 


310.30 


Overtime 


2,151.06 


Other Leave 


14,126.71 


Cemetery Division 




Permanent 


36,930.06 


Snow Removal 


110.88 


Temporary 


5,387.52 


Overtime 


4,628.44 


Other Leave 


5,004.41 


Sewer Division 




Permanent 


63,807.80 


Temporary 


2,069.83 


Overtime 


8,171.57 


Other Leave 


11,339.06 



92,713.64 



57,297.56 



37,953.12 



144,679.19 



52,061.31 



85,388.26 



196 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





Salaries 




and 




Wages 


Highway Division 




Permanent 


269,437.86 


Snow Removal 


4,578.78 


Temporary 


8,707.79 


Overtime 


28,102.78 


Other Leave 


39,443.45 



Expenses Total 



350,270.66 

Public Works Personal Services — Total Expenditures 

(Exclusive of Water Division) $ 904,005.99 



Public Works Department 

Materials and Supplies 

Administration 

Office Supplies 567.69 

Printing and Reproducing Supplies 220 . 73 

Not Otherwise Classified 49.33 



Engineering Division 




Printing and Reproducing Supplies 


225.47 


Field Supplies 


257.28 


Not Otherwise Classified 


68.73 


Garage Division 




Equipment Supplies 


11,720.86 


Automotive Supplies 


7,033.67 


Gasoline, Oil, Lubricants 


24,192.74 


Tires, Tubes, Chains 


8,481.18 


Small Tools & Implements 


1,010.80 


Not Otherwise Classified 


1,524.24 



Buildings Division 

Custodial Supplies 2 , 620 . 39 

Electrical Supplies 1,552.20 

Fuel 18,551.32 

Hardware 774.88 

Painting Supplies 1,017.48 

Plumbing Supplies 349.89 



837.75 



551.48 



53,963,49 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



197 





Salaries 






and 






Wages 


Expenses 


Lumber Supplies 




5,620.51 


Not Otherwise Classified 




878.62 


Forestry & Park Division 






Paint Supplies 




615.51 


Clay, Loam, Sand 




1,038.84 


Agricultural & Horticultural Supplies 


6,406.48 


Small Tools & Equipment 




1,748.83 


Chemicals 




565.00 


Recreation Supplies 




1,076.18 


Clothing and Uniforms 




550.83 


Not Otherwise Classified 




1,968.53 


Cemetery Division 






Sand, Gravel, Loam 




450.00 


Concrete Foundations 




258.91 


Agricultural & Horticultural Supplies 


713.50 


Small Tools 




547.20 


Sectional Vaults 




2,932.00 


Clothing and Uniforms 




152.71 


Not Otherwise Classified 




333.19 


Sewer Division 






Masonry Supplies 




595.03 


Iron Castings 




1,832.66 


Equipment Supplies 




3,905.59 


• Small Tools & Equipment 




285.48 


Chemicals 




2,954.44 


Sewer Pipe & Fittings 




908.87 


Clothing 




347.54 


Not Otherwise Classified 




625.49 


Highway Division 






Street Signs 




2,534.05 


Drainage 




4,070.68 


Repairs to Sidewalks 




9,265.75 


Patching 




10,797.89 


Broom Refills 




1,537.13 


Small Tools 




2,333.47 



Total 



31,365.29 



13,970.20 



5,387.51 



11,455.10 



198 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Clothing 

Not Otherwise Classified 


Salaries 

and 
Wages 


Expenses 

1,333.72 
1,370.61 


Total 



33,243.30 

Public Works Materials and Supplies — Total Expenditures 

(Exclusive of Water Department) $ 150,774. 12 



Public Works Department 




Contractual Services 




Administration 




Printing and Stationery 


177.82 


Postage 


25.51 


Travel-Inside the Commonwealth 


360.26 


Repairs and Maintenance — Office Equipment 


219.35 


Not Otherwise Classified 


130.65 


Engineering Division 




Instrument Repairs 


28.50 


Not Otherwise Classified 


311.75 



Garage Division 

Repair and Maintenance — Automotive 3,647.39 

Repair and Maintenance — Tools & Equipment 2,476.87 
Not Otherwise Classified 37.19 



Building Division 




Telephone 


4,320.00 


Light 


15,581.82 


Car Allowance 


250.00 


Cleaning and Sanitary Services 


434.81 


Repair and Maintenance — Building & 




Structures 


9,839.68 


Not Otherwise Classified 


406.06 


Forestry & Park Division 




Advertising 


382.01 


Professional Services 


11,787.13 


Travel-Inside the Commonwealth 


200.00 



913.59 



340.25 



6,161.45 



30,832.37 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



199 



Salaries 






and 






Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Rentals 


4,879.28 




Not Otherwise Classified 


827.89 








18,076.31 


Cemetery Division 






Rentals 


90.00 




Deeds 


91.00 




Not Otherwise Classified 


119.08 








300.08 


Sewer Division 






Light, Heat, Power 


11,985.28 




Professional Services 


3,412.50 




Hired Equipment 


5,155.01 




Repair and Maintenance — Tools & Equipment 7,775.75 




Not Otherwise Classified 


13.13 








28,341.67 


Highway Division 






Advertising 


264.46 




Professional Services 


580.00 




Cleaning and Sanitary Services 


3,416.80 




Refuse Collection 


4,177.52 




Radio Service 


590.45 




Repair and Maintenance — Highway 


56,620.77 




Not Otherwise Classified 


1,553,42 








67,203.42 


Public Works Contractual Services — Total Expenditures 




(Exclusive of Water Division) 


$ 


152,169.14 



Public Works Department 

Sundry Charges 
Administration 

Not Otherwise Classified 
Engineering Division 

Not Otherwise Classified 
Garage Division 

Not Otherwise Classified 
Forestry & Park Division 

Not Otherwise Classified 
Cemetery Division 

Not Otherwise Classified 



855.63 
20.00 
21.56 
61.75 
38.25 



200 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 

and 
Wages Expenses Total 



Sewer Division 

Not Otherwise Classified 30 .00 

Highway Division 

Not Otherwise Classified 45 .00 



1,072,19 

Public Works Sundry Charges — Total Expenditures 

(Excluding Water Division) $ 1,072.19 

Public Works Department 

Capital Outlay 

Administration 

Four Drawer File Cabinet 140 .00 

Secretarial Chair 70 . 00 



Engineering Division 

Engineer's Level 683.75 



Garage Division 




Automotive Test Equipment 


3,496.80 


4 Ten Ton Safety Stands 


392.00 


3 Ton Chain Fall, w -track 


1,990.00 


Building Division 




Air Conditioner 


269.00 


Tile Floors — Fire Department 


245.00 


Painting — Fire Station 


636.83 


Forestry & Park Division 




Two Way Radio 


997.00 


Chain Link Fencing 


2,369.74 


Seal Tennis Courts 


1,162.70 


2 Power Saws 


577.45 



210.00 



683.75 



5,878.80 



1,150.83 



5,106.89 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



201 



Salaries 

and 
Wages 



Cemetery Division 

Replace 1967 4 Wheel Drive Pickup 
New 4 Wheel Drive Pick up Truck 
Development of Lots and Graves 



Highway Division 

Typewriter 
Sander 



Expenses 



3,856.25 

7,030.94 

817.75 



293.25 
3,671.00 



Total 



11,704.94 



Public Works Capital Outlay — Total Expenditures 
(Exclusive of Water Division) 



3,964.25 



$ 28,699.46 



Public Works Department 






Water Division 






Personal Services 






Permanent 


181,396.70 




Snow Removal 


1,432.38 




Temporary 


5,486.64 




Overtime 


14,873.87 




Other Leave 


23,368.51 








226,558.10 


Materials & Supplies 






Office Supplies 




348.04 


Custodial Supplies 




192.37 


Paint 




72.71 


Fuel 




4,681.38 


Gravel, Loam, & Sand 




897.28 


Patching 




7,371.72 


Equipment Supplies 




4,239.72 


Automotive Supplies 




1,468.32 


Gasoline, Oil, Lubricants 




4,482.70 


Tires and Tubes 




1,261.97 


Tools & Oxygen 




2,459.97 


Water Pipes & Fittings 




19,693.07 


Chemicals 




3,000.58 


Meter and Meter Parts 




13,882.21 


Clothing 




350.53 


Not Otherwise Classified 




2,329.61 



66,822.18 



202 



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Salaries 






and 






Wages 


Expenses Total 


Contractual Services: 






Office Supplies 




1,141.43 


Postage 




909.69 CR 


Telephone 




6,502.19 


Power 




39,670.70 


Purchased Water 




224.35 


Advertising 




88.75 


Supervision, Leak Survey 




2,175.00 


Cleaning and Sanitary Services 




733.45 


Rentals 




16,625.31 


Repair and Maintenance — Automotive 


38.83 


Equipment Rentals 




2,536.79 


Building Repairs 




1,935.87 


Meter Repairs & Two Way Radio 


595.88 


Office Equipment Repairs 




783.00 


Not Otherwise Classified 




307.50 




72,449.36 


Sundry Charges 






Not Otherwise Classified 




2,934.47 




2,934.47 


Capital Outlay 






Replace 1969 Station Wagon 




3,246.03 


Replace 1967 Pickup Truck 




4,643.18 


Emergency Generator 




1,027.26 


Replace Portable Compressor 




11,870.00 


Postage Machine 




1,341.06 


Machine Shop Equipment 




4,811.11 


Typewriter 




468.25 


Cleaning & Painting Green St. Standpipe 


4,400.00 



31,806.89 



Public Works Water Division — Total Expenditures $ 400,571 .00 

Sewer Connections 22 , 192 .33 



Out of State Travel 



491.73 



22,192.33 



491.73 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 203 



Snow & Ice Account 



Salaries 

and 
Wages 

19,671.59 


Expenses 

97,453.10 


Total 




$ 


117,124.69 




139,808.75 



Total 

Public Works Department 

Special Articles: 

Gifts 

Flowering Trees for Floral Way 1905 — Club 300.00 

Main & Water Streets Trees — Hart's Hardware 396.00 

1972 Repurchase of Lots Forest Glade Cemetery 30.00 

1972 Construction & Reconstruction Sidewalks & Curbs 2.50 

1973 Repairs /Renovations of Lafayette Building 3,463.50 
1973 Construction/Reconstruction Fencing & Guardrails 269.47 
1973 Demolition of Wood Buildings — Broadway 35.76 
1973 Reconstruction of Tennis Court Surface — Moulton Field 123.67 
1973 Drainage Yeuell Playground 506.48 
1973 Disposal of Rubbish & Refuse 15, 124.99 
1973 Lay/Relay Water Mains 1,332.02 
1973 Construction /Reconstruction Sidewalks & Curbs 6,636.05 
1973 Construction of Storm Drains 27,308.40 

1973 Sewer Construction 4,655.42 

1974 Relocation Intersection Cedar & Prospect 25,366.57 
1974 Construction /Reconstruction Sidewalks & Curbs 8,008.31 
1974 Curb Replacement Program 24,685.45 
1974 Replace/Repair Cement Concrete Sidewalks 19,933.55 
1974 Disposal Rubbish & Refuse 140,074.97 
1974 Lay /Relay Water Mains 13,139.66 11,440.59 

24,580.25 

1974 Construction of Storm Drains 13,679.24 

1974 Sewer Construction 106,959.03 

1974 Sewerage Engineering Study 26,958.93 

1974 Water Supply Engineering Study 35,861.31 

1974 Relocate /Reconstruct Mapleway Tennis Courts 24,010.59 

1974 CETA 3,064.61 

1974 Fencing and Walk Resurfacing — Common 2,354.20 

1974 Paving Parking Area — Moulton Field 4,703.49 

1974 Install Fencing at Various Playgrounds 2,060.00 

1974 Ramp Construction — Lafayette Building 1,882.43 



Public Works Special Articles — Total Expenditures $ 524,367. 19 



PUBLIC WORKS - Total Expenditures $ 2,301,467.84 



204 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 






and 






Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


VETERANS BENEFITS DEPARTMENT 






Veteran's Department 






Personal Services 






Permanent 14,772.40 








14,772.40 


Materials and Supplies 






Office Supplies 


125.00 




Printing and Reproducing Supplies 


100.00 




Books, Periodicals and Subscriptions 


15.00 








240.00 


Contractual Services 






Printing and Stationery 


197.54 




Postage 


125.00 




Telephone 


437.14 




Auto Allowance 


350.00 




Travel-Inside the Commonwealth 


334.90 




Repair and Maintenance — Office Furniture 


50.50 





Sundry Charges 

Dues and Membership 



Recipients 

Care of Veteran's Graves 



35.00 



VETERAN'S BENEFITS DEPARTMENT - Total Ex- 
penditures 



EDUCATION 
School Department 

Personal Services 

Permanent 
Temporary 



5,289,025.52 
70,977.86 

Overtime 47,396.66 

Materials & Supplies, Contractual 
Services , and Sundry 
Charges 87,913.43 



1,495.08 



35.00 

112,547.09 

179.00 

$ 129,268.57 



5,495,313.47 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



205 



Salaries 




and 




Wages 


Expenses Total 


Materials and Supplies 




Office Supplies 


6,818.87 


Printing and Reproducing Supplies 


4,510.60 


Books, Periodicals and Subscriptions 


106,049.75 


Custodial Supplies 


12,157.26 


Electrical Supplies 


2,337.17 


Fuel 


127,137.52 


Hardware Supplies 


1,782.90 


Painting Supplies 


2,764.50 


Plumbing, Heating and Ventilating 


2,139.39 


Masonry Supplies 


19.90 


Sand, Gravel and Loam 


13.75 


Stone 


30.45 


Lumber and Wood Products 


2,611.23 


Agricultural and Horticultural Supplies 


3,445.08 


Equipment Supplies 


3,737.41 


Automotive Supplies 


352.60 


Gas, Oil and Lubricants 


3,161.78 


Tires , Tubes and Chains 


270.00 


Small Tools and Implements 


911.47 


Educational Supplies 


95,919.01 


Recreational Supplies 


16,646.44 


Medical and Dental Supplies 


1,402.65 


Not Otherwise Classified 


8,263.79 




402,483.52 


Contractual Services 




Printing and Stationery 


7,571.88 


Postage 


5,264.58 


Telephone 


22,860.38 


Light, Heat and Power 


117,779.94 


Water 


2,502.85 


Advertising 


1,270.02 


Binding and Book Repair 


1,600.51 


Auto Allowance 


10,872.69 


Professional Services 


1,187.50 


Travel-Inside the Commonwealth 


1,908.74 


Cleaning and Sanitary Services 


1,088.60 


Hired Equipment 


38,372.60 


Repair and Maintenance — Automotive 


3,862.69 


Repair and Maintenance — Buildings & 




Structures 


78,397.73 


Repair and Maintenance — Tools and 




Equipment 


13,370.15 


Repair and Maintenance — Office Equipment 6,827.91 


Transportation 


160,029.45 



206 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 






and 






Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Tuition 


55,939.50 




Not Otherwise Classified 


39,768.14 








570,475.86 


Sundry Charges 






Dues and Membership 


4,133.30 




Rentals and Storage 


7,015.00 




Insurance and Surety Bond Premiums 


1,328.65 




Medical 


1,228.00 








13,704.95 


Capital Outlay 






Audio Visual 


2,173.60 




8 Typewriters 


1,389.12 




Riding Lawn Mower 


1,995.00 




Controlled Reader, Case & Lens 


312.64 




1 Sofa, 2 Chairs, & 1 Kitchen Cabinet 


300.00 




Zenith T.V. 


175.00 




4 Drawer File, Swivel Chair 


189.75 




File Cabinets, Desks, Secretarial Chairs 






Executive Chair 


380.00 




Stencil File 


103.00 




Swivel Chair, Side Chairs, Typing Stand 


278.42 




3 Basketball Backboard Standards 


477.00 




Side Plank, Climbing Ropes, Rope Ladders 


t 




Trestle Trees 


748.50 




Air Conditioner 


264.95 





Out of State Travel 



School Athletic Fund 
All Other Expenses 

School Lunch Fund 

Personal Services - 
Permanent 

All Other Expenses 



3,451.27 



88,826.47 



8,786.98 

3,451.27 
23,721.79 



220,619.16 



309.445.63 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 207 



Salaries 






and 






Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Adult Education 






Personal Services 8, 137 .84 


459.16 




All Other Expenses 








8,597.00 


Registration 




4,948.34 


Federal Aid to Education 






PL 874 National Defense Education Act 




45,524.53 


PL 89-10 Title I 




1,449.28 


PL 89-10-1 Title I Summer 






School 7,861.63 


20,583.00 








28,444.63 


PL 89-10 Title I 14,397.50 


2,953.38 








17,350.88 


PL 92-318 Project Ch. 2475 1,853.00 


6,036.93 








7,889.93 


PL 89-10 Title II 




7,187.98 


PL 92-318 Vocational Education 




107.13 


PL 92-318 




69,899.02 


Trade Schools 




7,579.11 


METCO Chapter 506 2,605.16 


36,916.94 








39,522.10 


Special Articles 






Equipment Junior High School 




29,938.22 


Total 


7,095,821.62 


Northeast Metropolitan Regional Vocational 






School District Assessment 


$ 


280,104.40 


School Department — Total Expenditures 


7,375,926.02 



Library Department 

Personal Services 

Permanent 182,878.57 



182,878.57 



208 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 

and 

Wages Expenses 

Materials and Supplies 

Of fice Supplies 1,968.41 

Books, Periodicals, Subscriptions 34,887.26 

Records and Films 999 . 5 1 

Custodial Supplies 1 ,5 10 . 83 

Electrical Supplies 1 , 053 . 63 

Plumbing, Heating, Ventilation 779.76 

Food and Groceries 8 1 . 50 



Total 



Contractual Services 




Printing and Stationery 


709.11 


Postage 


719.59 


Telephone 


1,227.66 


Light, Heat, Power 


16,935.28 


Water Services 


158.22 


Binding and Book Repairs 


291.73 


Auto Allowance 


238.20 


Hired Equipment 


290.00 


Repair and Maintenance — Buildings 


12,069.60 


Tuition 


300.00 



Sundry Charges 

Dues and Membership 



35.00 



41,280.90 



32,939.39 



35.00 



Capital Outlay 

Furniture and Fixtures 
Office Equipment 



Out of State Travel 



842.52 
326.35 



216.30 



1,168.87 



216.30 



Total 

Special Articles 

Repair Washrooms 



258,519.03 



402.52 



Library Department — Total Expenditures 



258,921.55 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



209 



Salaries 

and 
Wages 

EDUCATION, SCHOOL AND LIBRARY 
DEPARTMENTS - Total Expenditures 



RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

Personal Services 
Permanent 



33,978.02 



Capital Outlay 
Recreational 



Expenses 



Total 



$ 7,634,847.57 



Materials and Supplies 




Office Supplies 


77.91 


Printing and Reproducing Supplies 


140.04 


Hardware 


454.64 


Masonry Supplies 


169.40 


Water and Pipe Fittings 


491.62 


Recreational Supplies 


4,398.65 


Medical and Dental Supplies 


131.70 


Food and Groceries 


133.20 


Clothing and Uniforms 


305.30 


Not Otherwise Classified 


287.33 


Contractual Services 




Printing and Stationery 


349.25 


Postage 


94.15 


Telephone 


256.67 


Advertising 


343.16 


Auto Allowance 


470.00 


Professional Services 


1,045.00 


Transportation — School 


1,603.75 


Not Otherwise Classified 


397.00 



3,011.66 



33,978.02 



6,589.79 



4,558.98 



3,011.66 


Total 
Special Articles 

Installation of Lights at Playgrounds 1 ,089 . 10 
Installation of Bleachers at Veteran's Field 6,000 .00 


48,138.45 




7,089.10 


REATION DEPARTMENT - Total Expenditures $ 


55,227.55 



210 



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Salaries 

and 
Wages 



Expenses 



COUNCIL ON AGING 




Personal Services 




Permanent 2,670.00 




Materials and Supplies 




Office Supplies 


84.44 


Books, Periodicals, Subscriptions 


38.70 


Food and Groceries 


469.97 


Not Otherwise Classified 


50.31 


Contractual Services 




Printing and Stationery 


316.68 


Postage 


249.54 


Telephone 


369.36 


Heat, Light, Power 


200.00 


Professional Services 


508.15 


Travel-Inside the Commonwealth 


39.60 


Cleaning and Sanitary Services 


80.00 


Hired Equipment 


103.25 


Transportation — School 


2,538.00 



Sundry Charges 

Dues and Membership 



5.00 



Total 



2,670.00 



643.42 



4,404.58 



5.00 



COUNCIL ON AGING - Total Expenditures 

YOUTH ACTIVITIES COMMISSION 

Personal Services 

Permanent 6,550.00 



Materials and Supplies 
Custodial Supplies 
Food and Groceries 



67.83 
87.43 



7,723.00 



6,550.00 



155.26 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



Sundry Charges 

Rental and Storage 



106.25 



CONTRIBUTORY RETIREMENT SYSTEM 

Pension Accumulation Fund 
Personal Services — 

Permanent 19,821.87 



All Other Expenses 



Professional Medical Service 
Non-Contributory Pension Account 



5,623.23 



211 





Salaries 








and 








Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Contractual Services 








Printing and Stationery 




21.15 




Postage 




10.00 




Telephone 




109.40 




Advertising 




57.00 




Professional Services 




279.00 




Cleaning and Sanitary Services 




732.50 





1,209.05 



106.25 



YOUTH ACTIVITIES COMMISSION - Total Expenditures $ 8,020.56 



337,416.00 



25,445.10 

2,676.00 
151,340.56 



CONTRIBUTORY RETIREMENT & NON-CONTRIBUTORY 

PENSION ACCOUNT - Total Expenditures $ 516,877.66 



GROUP INSURANCE 

Personal Services 
Permanent 

Town Appropriation 



11,673.14 



259,756.68 



271,429.82 



GROUP INSURANCE - Total Expenditures 



$ 271,429.82 



212 



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Salaries 

and 
Wages 



Expenses 



UNCLASSIFIED 

Miscellaneous Selectmen 
Insurance Coverage 
Workmen's Compensation 
Retarded Childrens Camp Program 
Conservation Committee 
Observance Christmas 
Observance Veteran's Day 
Observance Memorial Day 
Street Lights 



UNCLASSIFIED - Total Expenditures 



Total 

4,799.07 

75,469.56 

52,000.00 

2,849.70 

7.00 

1,000.00 

294.20 

2,998.10 

80,000.00 

$ 219,417.63 



RECREATION, COUNCIL ON AGING, WAKEFIELD 
YOUTH ACTIVITIES, UNCLASSIFIED, CONTRIBUTORY 
RETIREMENT SYSTEM, GROUP INSURANCE - 
Total Expenditures 



$ 1,078,696.22 



LIGHT DEPARTMENT 

Personal Services 

Permanent 
Temporary 
Overtime 
Other Leave 



Operation 



695,800.36 
15,752.12 
64,309.87 
25,968.33 



Total 

Special Articles 

Improve Lighting Veteran's Field 
Improve Lighting Veteran's Field 
Fire Alarm — North Avenue 



801,830.68 
4,188,381.23 

4,990.211.91 



2,500.00 

561,57 

1,500.00 



LIGHT DEPARTMENT - Total Expenditures 

STATE AND COUNTY ASSESSMENTS 

M.D.C. Water Assessment 174,618.00 

Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority 306 ,751.36 

Smoke Inspection 1,364.75 

State Examination Retirement System 3,615.11 

Motor Vehicle Excise Tax Bills 2,958.60 

Metropolitan Parks & Reservations 249,012.34 



$ 4,994,773.48 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 213 



Metropolitan Sewerage Loan — Nort 
Metropolitan Area Planning Council 
Middlesex County Tax 
Middlesex County Hospital 
State Assessment System 



REFUNDS 

Water Liens Added to Taxes 
Personal Property Taxes 
Real Estate Taxes 1973 
Real Estate Taxes 1975 



Tax Possessions 
Excise Taxes 1972 
Excise Taxes 1973 
Excise Taxes 1974 
Excise Taxes 1975 



General Government 

Water Rates 

Water Services 

Sewer Connections 

Water 

Electricity and Gas 

Successful Bidder Account 

Guarantee Deposit Account 

Excess and Deficiency 

Library 

Recreation 

Highway 

Group Insurance 

Non-Contributory Retirement 

School 



Salaries 






and 






Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


h System 


165,894.75 
2,743.41 

519,713.25 

3,740.99 

984.20 






$ 


1,431,396.76 




26.00 






189.00 



AGENCY 

Dog Licenses Paid to County 
Sporting Licenses Paid to State 
Sale of Dogs 



11,259.62 




24,235.81 






35,495.43 




500.00 


97.07 




2,934.46 




8,018.68 




2,088.96 






13,139.17 




792.37 




470.29 




11.14 




7,540.04 




25.40 




408.61 




60,900.00 




5,000.00 




11.80 




185.70 




300.00 




549.60 




108.12 




426.93 




1,867.48 


$ 


127,947.08 


4,707.45 




7,749.00 




54.00 





12,510.45 



214 



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Salaries 








and 








Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Federal Tax Deductions 




1,524,177.22 




State Tax Deductions 




416,363.70 




Teachers' Retirement Deductions 




221,720.00 








2,162,260.92 


Blue Cross Deductions 




135,289.82 




Blue Cross Deductions — Pension G 


roup 


22,108.48 




Blue Cross Deductions — E E A 




151.14 








157,549.44 


Optional Medicare Extension 






5,409.34 


Life Insurance Deductions 




6,262.57 




Life Insurance Deductions — Pension Group 


677.20 




Life Insurance Deductions — E E A 




6.78 








6,946.55 


Tax Sheltered Annuities for Public 








School Employees 






66,918.65 


Wakefield Town Employees Federal Credit Union 


120,071.40 


Mass. Teachers Association Credit Union 




8,606.00 



Salaries Special Detail — Off Duty: 

Police Officers 18,403.25 

Firefighters 817.16 

Library Custodians 219.36 







19,439.77 


Union Dues AFL - CIO 






Public Works 


5,182.65 




Teachers' Association 


35,426.90 




School Custodians 


2,129.70 




Fire Department 


2,190.00 




Clerical Town 


1,619.06 




Clerical School 


900.90 






$ 


47,449.21 




2,607,161.73 


RECOVERIES: STOLEN OR DAMAGED 




TOWN PROPERTIES 






School Department 


546.34 




Public Works Department 


5,452.49 




Fire Department 


3,120.45 






$ 


9,119.28 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



215 



Salaries 






and 






Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


DEBT SERVICES 






Interest 






Light 


54,372.50 




Water 


2,700.00 




Library 


3,480.00 




School 


384,580.00 




Sewer 


10,162.50 




Chapter 90 Reimbursement — Temporary 


Loan 185.26 








455,480.26 


Maturing Debt 






Light 


65,000.00 




Sewer 


80,000.00 




Library 


20,000.00 




School 


1,205,000.00 




Water 


10,000.00 




Chapter 90 Temporary Loan 


4,000.00 






$ 


1,384,000.00 


DEBT SERVICES - Total Expenditures 


1,839,480.26 


TRUST FUNDS 




Cowdrey Park 


961.36 




Annie L. Cox Scholarship Fund 


255.00 




Willard Donnell Trust 


110,59 




Rev. Thomas Emerson School Fund 


75.00 




Elizabeth Ingram Fund 


100.00 




Grace C . Mansfield Fund 


40.00 




Old Cemetery 


30.00 





Beautification of Public Areas with Funds 
from — George A. Cowdrey Trust Fund 



Perpetual Care Funds 
Perpetual Care Deposit Refunds 



1,571.95 



790.17 



2,362.12 



16,055.00 
30.00 



$ 16,085.00 



216 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 

and 
Wages Expenses Total 

BOND ISSUE ARTICLES 

Light Department 

1975 Bond Issue Fund Transfer — 1971 Construction 

Electric Sub-Station Farm Street 90,076.12 

School Department 

1972 Remodeling & Construction of Addition 

to Junior High School 1,044,047.57 

1972 Remodeling & Construction of Addition 

to Junior High School 103,830. 18 

Construction of Centralized Sixth Grade 

Facility — Main Street 187,867.52 

Construction of Centralized Sixth Grade 

Facility — Main Street 329,222.12 

1972 Remodeling of Existing Memorial High 

School Building 141,425.87 



1,806,393.26 



$ 1,896,469.38 



FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING FUNDS 

Police Department 

Personal Services 

Permanent 270,583.10 

Temporary 63,043.23 

Overtime 20,570.90 

Other Leaves 32,478.28 

Educational I ncentive 3 , 1 68 . 00 



389,843.51 



Fire Department 

Personal Services 

Permanent 321,965.18 

Temporary 2,625.00 

Clerical 3,400.04 

Holiday 16,816.70 
Substitution — Regular or 

call 28,470.58 

Other Leaves 15,513.20 



388,790.70 
Advertising Costs 29 . 70 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



217 



Salaries 

and 
Wages Expenses 



Refunds 

Overpay Police 



Total 



501.75 



$ 779,165.66 



Total Expenditures for period of 

July 1, 1974 to June 30, 1975 26,361,683.96 

Cash on hand — June 30 , 1975 77 1 , 661 . 15 

Total Expenditures and Cash on June 30, 1975 

INVESTMENTS 

Revenue Cash Invested in Treasury Bills 8,200,000.00 

Revenue Cash Invested in Time Deposits 3,525,000.00 
Revenue Cash Invested in Repurchase 

Agreements 29,250,000.00 



Non-Revenue Cash Invested in Time Deposits 8,379,740. 12 
Non-Revenue Cash Invested in Treasury Bills 2,330,000.00 



27,133,345.11 



Federal Revenue Sharing Invested in 

Time Deposits 
Federal Revenue Sharing Invested in 

Treasury Bills 
Federal Revenue Sharing Invested in 

Repurchase Agreements 



3,689,645.42 

100,000.00 

1,350,000.00 



40,975,000.00 



10,709,740.12 



5,139,645.42 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES & 
GENERAL CASH INVESTMENTS 



$83,957,730.65 



218 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



RESERVE FUND 

July 1, 1974 to June 30, 1975 

Appropriation: $ 100,000.00 

Transfers Voted to the various departments by the 

Finance Committee during the fiscal year 
1975 $ 56,159.12 

Transfer to Overlay Surplus 43 ,840 .88 



$ 100,000.00 $ 100,000.00 



EXCESS & DEFICIENCY ACCOUNT 
July 1, 1974 to June 30, 1975 



Balance July 1, 1974 
Sale of Tax Possessions 
Tax Title Redemptions 
Tax Title Abatements 
Refunds of Prior Periods 
Audit Adjustments 
Transfer from Revenue 
Tax Takings 
Added to Tax Titles 
Town Meeting Transfers 
Audit Adjustments 
Transfer of Free Cash 
Balance June 30, 1975 





$1,207,225.56 




2,600.00 




1,296.18 




10,697.91 




6,548.28 




1,333.72 




424,988.01 


$ 3,886.20 




1,927.80 




98,413.35 




2,535.80 




100,000.00 




1,447,926.51 




$1,654,689.66 


$1,654,689.66 





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ANALYSIS OF LIGHT DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT 



Light Operation Account: 

Balance July 1 , 1974 

Receipts 

Transfers 

Payments 
Transfers for Fiscal Period 

*July 1, 1974 to June 30, 1975 

Depreciation Fund 

Group Insurance Account 

Out of State Travel 

Audit Adjustment 

Transfer to Revenue 1976 
Balance Transferred to Fiscal 1976 



♦Transfers Voted at the 1975 Annual Town 
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July 1, 1975 to June 30, 1976: 

Group Insurance Account 6-24-75 

Non Contributory Veterans Pension 
Account 

Group Insurance Account 

Out of State Travel 

Workmen's Compensation Account 



$ 34,076.40 

5,365,530.46 

367,158.98 



$5,153,874.04 



394,434.78 

1,243.43 

5,000.00 

283.90 

200,000.00 

11,929.69 



$5,766,765.84 $5,766,765.84 



$ 6,203.99 

21,150.28 

34,546.93 

5,000.00 

9,000.00 

$ 75,697.21 



Light Depreciation Account: 

Balance July 1, 1974 
Transfers from Operation Account 
Transfers to Operation Account 
Balance to Fiscal Year 1976 



$ 289,058.20 
119,974.98 



$ 14,598.40 
394,434.78 



Fire Alarm, Police Signal, Traffic Lights: 

Balance July 1, 1974 
North Avenue 
Appropriation 
Transfers from Operation 
Transfers to Operation 
Transfer to Revenue 
Balance to Fiscal Year 1976 



$ 409,033.18 $ 409,033.18 





$ 


16,210.00 

1,500.00 

15,000.00 

63.40 


26,294.88 






5,484.50 






994.02 







$ 32,773.40 $ 32,773.40 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 



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Transfer from Operation 
Transfer to Operation 



Guarantee Deposit Account: 

Balance July 1, 1974 

Receipts for the Fiscal Period of 

July 1, 1974 to June 30, 1975 
Payments for the Fiscal Period of 

July 1, 1974 to June 30, 1975 
Balance June 30, 1975 



$ 5,000.00 



$ 5,000.00 



$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 



$ 64,201.41 
11,111.99 



$ 7,452.87 
67,860.53 



$ 75,313.40 $ 75,313.40 



I have examined the above accounts and the balance is 

invested as follows: 
Wakefield Savings Bank $ 63,500.00 

Shawmut Melrose-Wakefield Trust 

Company — Checking Account 4,360.53 



$ 67,860.53 



john j. McCarthy 

Town Accountant 



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Index to Town Officers' Reports 



General Government: 

Appeals Board 19 

Assessors' Board 18 

Personnel Board 17 

Planning Board 19 

Selectmen's Report 13 

Town Officers 3 

Voters' Information 9 

Protection of Persons and Property: 

Building Inspector 30 

Civil Defense Director 30 

Fire Department 27 

Forest Warden 29 

Gas Inspector 31 

Inspector of Weights and Measures . ; 32 

Plumbing Inspector 31 

Police Department 22 

Wire Inspector 30 

Health and Welfare: 

Council on Aging 35 

Health Department 34 

Housing Authority 38 

Recreation Commission 41 

Veterans' Services and Benefits 35 

Youth Activities Commission 40 

Maintenance: 

Board of Public Works 44 

Cemetery Division 48 

Engineering Division 46 

Highway Division 52 

Park and Forestry Division 47 

Sewer Division 51 

Water Division 48 

Education: 

Library Trustees 63 

School Committee 56 

Superintendent of Schools 58 



164th ANNUAL REPORT 261 

Public Service: 

Municipal Light Department 71 

Vital Statistics: 

Births 135 

Contributory Retirement Board 165 

Deaths 156 

Election Results 129 

Jurors 131 

Marriages 141 

Town Clerk's Section 78 

Town Meetings, Annual 104, 110 

Town Meetings, Special 113, 118 

Treasurer's Report 162 



Accountant's Statement 170 

Analysis of Light Dept. Acct 220 

Balance Sheet 246 

Debt Account 257 

Deferred Revenue Accounts 253 

Excess and Deficiency 218 

Federal Revenue Sharing Funds 258 

Indebtedness Account Insert following 259 

Non Revenue Accounts 256 

Payments 178 

Receipts 172 

Reserve Fund 218 

Statement of Appropriations 222 

Supplement Balance Sheet 259 



1975 Indebtedness Schedule 



DEBT RECAPITULATION 
July 1, 1974 to June 30, 1975 



Outstanding — July 1, 1975 
Payments 

Bonds Outstanding, June 30, 1975 



10,590,000.00 
1,380,000.00 



SEWER LOAN 1967 
SEWER LOAN 1968 
SEWER LOAN 1971 





Due 


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Due 


Due 


Due 


Due 


Due 


Due 


Due 


Due 


Due 


Due 


Due 


Due 


Due 


Due 


Due 


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Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


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Fiscal 


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June 30, 1975 


1976 


1977 


1978 


1979 


1980 


1981 


1982 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 



50,000.00 $ 10,000.00 $ 
75,000.00 25,000.00 

60,000.00 25,000.00 



10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 
25,000.00 25,000.00 

25,000.00 



$ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 



$ 175,000.00 .$ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 35,000.00 $ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 



WATER LOAN 1958 



$ 80,000.00 $ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 $ . 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 



Sewer Loans 
Water Loan 
Library Loan 
School Loan 
Light Loan 

TOTAL 



175,000.00 

80,000.00 

60,000.00 

7,790,000.00 

1,105,000.00 

$9,210,000.00 



LIBRARY LOAN 1968 



SCHOOL LOAN 1956 
SCHOOL LOAN 1969 
SCHOOL LOAN 1972 
SCHOOL LOAN 1974 



$ 60,000.00 $ 20,000.00 $ 20,000.00 $ 20,000.00 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 

475,000.00 100,000.00 $ 100,000.00 $ 95,000.00 $ 90,000.00 $ 90,000.00 

6,210,000.00 780,000.00 780,000.00 775,000.00 775,000.00 775,000.00 $ 775,000.00 $ 775,000.00 $ 775,000.00 

1,100,000.00 275,000.00 275,000.00 275,000.00 275,000.00 

$7,790,000.00 $1,160,000.00 $1,155,000.00 $1,145,000.00 $1,140,000.00 $ 865,000.00 $ 775,000.00 $ 775,000.00 $ 775,000.00 



LIGHT LOAN 1971 
LIGHT LOAN 1972 
LIGHT LOAN 1972 



TOTAL 
GRAND TOTAL 



$ 255,000.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 15,000.00 
630,000.00 35,000.00 35,000.00 35,000.00 35,000.00 35,000.00 35,000.00 35,000.00 35,000.00 35,000.00 35,000.00 35,000.00 

220,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 



15,000.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 
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10,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 



15,000.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 15,000.00 

35,000.00 35,000.00 35,000.00 $ 35,000.00 

10,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 



,105,000.00 $ 65,000.00 $ 65,000.00 $ 65,000.00 $ 65,000.00 $ 65,000.00 $ 66,000.00 $ 65,000.00 $ 65,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 45,000.00 



1,210,000.00 $1,315,000.00 $1,310,000.00 $1,275,000.00 $1,225,000.00 $ 950,000.00 $ 850,000.00 $ 850,000.00 $ 850,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 45,000.00 









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